Terbanglah Sapa!

Daria Zhirnova, an employee of the ornithological department of the Royev Ruchey Zoo, releases Sapa, young female Asian peregrine falcon, also known as Sapsan in Russia during a training session outside the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia, October 21, 2015. Sapa and its brother peregrine Sky are involved in the zoo project to tame wild animals for research and their interaction with visitors, according to zoo employees.

Daria Zhirnova, an employee of the ornithological department of the Royev Ruchey Zoo, releases Sapa, young female Asian peregrine falcon, also known as Sapsan in Russia during a training session outside the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia, October 21, 2015. Sapa and its brother peregrine Sky are involved in the zoo project to tame wild animals for research and their interaction with visitors, according to zoo employees.

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Sapa, seekor falcon Asia betina selama sesi pelatihan di luar kota Siberia Krasnoyarsk.

Daria Zhirnova, seorang karyawan dari Departemen Ornitologi Kebun Binatang Royev Ruchey, melepaskan Sapa, seekor falcon Asia betina (yang juga dikenal sebagai Sapsan di Rusia) selama sesi pelatihan di luar kota Siberia Krasnoyarsk, Rusia, 21 Oktober 2015. Menurut karyawan kebun binatang, Sapa dan saudaranya Sky terlibat dalam proyek kebun binatang (menjinakkan binatang liar) untuk penelitian dan interaksi mereka kepada pengunjung.

Hak cipta milik Rossiyskaya Gazeta.