China is working to put the wild back in wildlife. The logging industry had driven the tigers out of China and into Russia, but since the opening of seven national parks and nature reserves in 1998, at least 36 amur tigers and 48 leopards have migrated back to China.
The Wangqing Forestry Bureau is working hard to make the nature reserves a paradise for animals, while still looking out for the livelihood of the local people.
Many former hunters and loggers are now working as rangers to make sure these tigers can lead a life as free from human interference as possible.
Video Source: KNEWS