A look at endangered Sumatran tigers

A Sumatran tiger walks near the carcass of a pig at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC), near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island. (Reuters)
A Sumatran tiger walks near the carcass of a pig at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC), near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island. (Reuters)
The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. (Reuters)
The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. (Reuters)
Tiger plays with a pig before killing it. (Reuters)
Tiger plays with a pig before killing it. (Reuters)
Rizal, a tiger keeper, said that on a monthly basis eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger sub species that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. (Reuters)
Rizal, a tiger keeper, said that on a monthly basis eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger sub species that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. (Reuters)
A Sumatran tiger plays with a pig before killing it at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC). (Reuters)
A Sumatran tiger plays with a pig before killing it at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC). (Reuters)
A Sumatran tiger growls at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound. (Reuters)
A Sumatran tiger growls at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound. (Reuters)
Petir, Bintang and Topan (L-R), 15-month old Sumatran tigers, look on inside their cage at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island. (Reuters)
Petir, Bintang and Topan (L-R), 15-month old Sumatran tigers, look on inside their cage at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island. (Reuters)

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