From The Yorkshire Times.
A rare Amur Tigress has taken the next steps to save her species as she was returned to the wild after 14 months of rehabilitation.
Filippa, who was four-months-old and close to starvation when she was found, is now strong and able to hunt on her own thanks to work at a tiger reserve in Russia.
Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation has worked closely with the Amur Leopard and Tiger Alliance (ALTA) since 2012 fundraising for various projects and providing a grant of £18,000 to the Alekseevka rescue and rehabilitation centre, which helped Filippa on her road to recovery.
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