On September 30, residents of Vladivostok celebrated an annual holiday dedicated to the wildlife and conservation of the Amur tiger.
The so-called band of striped passed through the center of the coastal capital. More than 15 thousand people came to the carnival on Tiger Day.
Residents of the city began to celebrate this ecological holiday back in 2000. Since then, it has become even more colorful and larger.
Thousands of people, including adults and children, in tiger costumes and face-painted face painting, staged a yellow-orange procession in the central square of Vladivostok.
After the parade, all the participants and spectators of the grand event were waiting for contests, quests and master classes. Throughout the territory there were special zones where you could find out everything about the hero of the holiday, as well as about environmental organizations.
The organizers of the event set the task of attracting as much public attention as possible to the problem of wildlife conservation.