Two Siberian tigers relocated to a tiger forest inside an arboretum in southeastern South Korea have successfully settled in the new environment.
 
According to the Korea Forest Service on Thursday, the two tigers were moved from Seoul Grand Park to the forest in the National Baekdu-Daegan Arboretum on June 29th under a cooperation agreement on endangered animals and plants.
 
The service said that a 12-year-old female named Hancheong and a six-year-old male named Uri are both in good condition and adjusting to the new environment well.
 
The tigers will be shown to visitors at the arboretum after undergoing training.
 
The National Baekdu-Daegan Arboretum is the biggest arboretum in South Korea, with a four-point-eight hectare tiger forest.