Cute unique tiger copies an interesting and world-famous photograph of the tiger

 Cute unique tiger copies an interesting and world-famous photograph of the tiger

Thus, the leopard marks the tree, leaving its smell and visual traces of claws on it.

The leopard seems to have decided to repeat the international success of his striped counterpart-he is actively rubbing a tree about the same tree.

Approaching the large trunk, a wild spotted predator rests on it with the front paws and effectively stretches, sharpening the claws on the old bark.

In fact, this is the marking behavior: in this way, the leopard marks a tree, leaving its smell on it and the visual trace of the claws is called a «bully».

However, from the outside, it may seem that the leopard is trying to repeat the famous photo with the tiger in the manner of challenges in social networks.

Recall that in 2020 a photograph of the female Amur Tiger, taken by photographer Sergei Gorshkov with the help of professional guides from the national park, became the winner of the prestigious competition Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

Her royal Highness Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, announced this photo as the winner of the prestigious competition, which submitted more than 49,000 applications.

Every year, the leading photographers of the world represent their work here, and the competent jury chooses the best.

The new photo of the Far Eastern leopard once again confirms that nature is the best artist.

Reaching for the will, the Far Eastern leopard departs from the tree and goes about his business.

The popularity of this particular tree among potential «stars» is not accidental: it is quite large and visually stands out against the background of the surrounding landscape.

Such trees, as well as rocks, in particular, attract the attention of representatives of wildlife, which usually note the most noticeable objects. Scientists call this phenomenon a biological signal field.

It is not often possible to get such spectacular shots. They allow you to study the behavior of the inhabitants of the «Land of the Leopard», without bothering them.

In total, 400 camera traps are installed in the National Park, which brings terabytes to scientists of the most valuable photos and videos of rare animals.