Breathtaking photographs show Siberian tigers chase a helpless bird during a vicious hunt in China


Roar-some! Breathtaking photographs show a group of Siberian tigers chase a helpless bird during a vicious hunt in China

  • Breathtaking photographs show a group of Siberian tigers fight over a bird in Harbin, China, on July 29 
  • They live at the Hengdaohezi Feline Breeding Centre – the world’s largest Siberian tiger breeding base
  • Siberian tigers are native to the Russian Far East and Northeast China and are an endangered species

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A group of Siberian tigers chased a helpless bird during a vicious hunt to capture their prey in China, spectacular photographs show. 

The incredible pictures show the fierce group of tigers leap into the air to dig their paws into the prey and prove who is king of the hunt.

The breathtaking moment was captured on July 29, which is International Tiger Day, an annual celebration to raise awareness for tiger conservation. 

The Siberian tigers live at the Hengdaohezi Feline Breeding Centre in Harbin, China. 

The centre is the world’s largest Siberian tiger breeding base and is home to more than 1,000 tigers.

Siberian tigers are native to the Russian Far East and Northeast China but are classed as an endangered species, with a stable population. 

Incredible photographs show a group of Siberian tigers in China chasing a bird in a dedicated fight to win the prey during feeding

The breathtaking pictures were captured on July 29 which is also International Tiger Day, an annual celebration to raise awareness for tiger conservation

The breathtaking pictures were captured on July 29 which is also International Tiger Day, an annual celebration to raise awareness for tiger conservation

The group of fierce Siberian tigers live at the Hengdaohezi Feline Breeding Centre in Harbin, China

The group of fierce Siberian tigers live at the Hengdaohezi Feline Breeding Centre in Harbin, China

Hengdaohezi Feline Breeding Centre is the world's largest Siberian tiger breeding base and is home to more than 1,000 tigers

Hengdaohezi Feline Breeding Centre is the world’s largest Siberian tiger breeding base and is home to more than 1,000 tigers

Siberian tigers are native to the Russian Far East and Northeast China but are also classed as an endangered species, with a stable population

Siberian tigers are native to the Russian Far East and Northeast China but are also classed as an endangered species, with a stable population

The victorious tiger claimed its prey after leaping a few metres into the air with its competitors close behind it, in an incredible moment caught on camera

The victorious tiger claimed its prey after leaping a few metres into the air with its competitors close behind it, in an incredible moment caught on camera

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