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Putin likes to present himself as a nature lover and he enjoys these PR stunts, which have generally gone over well with the majority of the Russian population -- until last year, that is.
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As loudspeakers played the recorded call of a mother crane, Putin lifted off and a group of orphaned young cranes followed, allowing the aircraft to lead them south toward their winter habitat.
In other words, Russia's strongman placed himself at the lead of a flock of white Siberian cranes, birds that the region's original inhabitants revere as gods, a reporter at Russian government daily Rossiyskaya Gazeta noted. Just as autumn's arrival sends flocks of migratory birds flying south to warmer climes each year, concerns over Putin's image have driven the Kremlin's PR strategists out into nature once more.