A warm gesture from Vladimir Putin has completely backfired on China. The Russia premiere released Ustin, a Siberian tiger, last June in China’s far east. Ustin has migrated to the country’s northeastern region, following the path of Kuzya, yet another tiger released by Putin a month before Ustin. Farmers have found remnants of Ustin’s destructive habits, including crushed goat skulls. They believe UStin is the culprit because they have found his footprints and other physical markers, Chinese experts warned villagers not to get too close to Ustin or to throw food at him.