Friday Fact: The Sumatran tiger is the smallest in the world and is only found on the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
put no hunting endangered, critically endangered & vulnerable animals signs in both English & different languages & make mining, quarrying, harvesting & urbanization sustainable & tiger hunting & endangered, critically endangered & vulnerable animal hunting in 100% illegal & tiger & endangered, critically endangered & vulnerable animal products are illegal to import & export in USA & the Philippines & replace them with tiger breeding farms & protect your livestock from predators without killing the predator & make farming organic, humane & sustainable & reintroduce Bengal tigers to Plains, Western & Eastern India & give the tigers vaccines :)
I'm so sad and angry many of Indonesian people doesn' care of it. The forest for their habitate has change for farmer. Indonesian people call it "Macan Sumatera or Harimau Sumatera"
Get away, is that why it's called the Sumatran tiger, learn something new every day lol
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