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Wednesday, 28 March 2012

The Sumatran tiger

The Sumatran tiger is in danger of becoming extinct. This native Indonesian tiger is threatened by deforestation and the loss of thick plantation near the ground.How many more species must be destroyed before humanity steps in? » With less than 30 percent of the Sumatran tigers' habitat located in protected areas, these tigers' chance of survival is dwindling as more and more forests and plantations in Indonesia are being cleared. There are only approximately 400 Sumatran tigers left on the planet. If Indonesia will not step up to protect them, what is next for these gorgeous and precious animals?
The least Indonesia can do is to start protecting the habitats that these tigers need to survive.

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