Tigers wandering on the beach in DUBAI near Burj Al Arab (Reported by Gulf News)

A video of five tigers has circulated around the web in the most recent few days, yet as opposed to watching them with their heads jabbing out of autos on Shaikh Zayed Road, they’re really swimming and running on the beach.

The video has been shared and preferred more than 800,000 times in the most recent few days.

Authorities says we doubt about the date stamp of the footage.

Dr Reza Khan, primary natural life master, Dubai Zoo/Safari, Dubai Municipality, told Gulf News that powers did not get any reports over enormous felines running free on Dubai’s shorelines throughout the weekend.

“As a matter of first importance, we can’t figure out if the shoreline is a private or an open one. On the off chance that it was shot on the general population shoreline, it would have put the general population’s security at hazard,” said Dr Khan.

All things considered, that did not prevent online networking clients from think about where the video was taken, with a number proposing that it was shot in one of the private royal residences along King Salman container Abdulaziz Al Saud Street (already known as Al Sufouh Road).

Besides, he likewise brought up that huge felines, for example, the Siberian and Bengal tiger, require allows with a specific end goal to be transported in into the nation.

“The tiger is on the rundown of imperiled creatures according to IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) Red List and in Cites (Convention on the International Trade of Endagered Specicies) Appendix I,” he said.

“Along these lines, it can’t be exchanged and secured from any nation without a Cites allow,” said Dr Khan, an individual from IUCN’s World Commission on Protected Areas.

This is not the primary locating of enormous felines in Dubai.

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