Tien-Shan bears of Kirghizia destroyed a herd of sheep and did not touch a man On the high-mountain pasture of Besh-Terek, in the area of the national park "Kara-Shoro", two Tien-Shan bears came to the local resident's koshar. Predators killed 67 head of livestock, however, shepherd (a shepherd grazing sheep predominantly), who became an accidental witness of the crime, was not touched, having returned to the forest, reports Sputnik Tajikistan. Thus, the beasts destroyed all the animals in the herd, but saved the life of a man who, while running away, fell and was unconscious. The authorities of the country have begun active work to prevent a possible danger for local residents in view of the possible attack of toedees on cattle. At the moment, representatives of the Ministry of Emergency Situations are carrying out measures to deter animals from inhabited objects. Recall Tien Shan Bear - a vanishing specimen, listed in the Red Book. The range of its habitat is the mountains of the Pamir and Tien Shan. A characteristic feature of this subspecies of brown bear are relatively small (body length of about 140 cm), light fur and long white claws.