Russian President Putin's tiger caught on camera devouring domestic dog in China

Russian President Vladimir Putin's rare Siberian tiger, who he freed into the wilds in May, was recently filmed eating a domestic dog in China.

London: Russian President Vladimir Putin's rare Siberian tiger, who he freed into the wilds in May, was recently filmed eating a domestic dog in China.

Kuzya, seen wearing a GPS tracking device around his neck, was filmed on infrared camera for two hours devouring the dog on Heixiazi island linking China and Russia, Sky News reported.

According to China Central Television, Kuzya has also been blamed for killing goats and other livestock during night-time raids on farms in China .

After eating his fill, the animal disappeared from the camera's view at dawn.

The animal was one of three tigers freed by Putin from a wildlife centre in east Russia's Amur region in May.  

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