This video of a captured tiger released back into the wild is intense, yet joyful

A rare Amur tiger was set free in Russia by the World Wildlife Fund. Scientists will track its location using a radio collar, camera traps, and footprint records — they hope the male tiger will be able to breed with a female in the region.

Video courtesy of Reuters

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