Sumatran tiger Panthera tigris sumatrae © Howard Buffett / WWF-US

Tiger trade revisited in Sumatra

Sumatran tiger Panthera tigris sumatrae © Howard Buffett / WWF-US


Published 13 February 2008

Tiger, tiger: future not so bright

Cambridge, UK; Gland, Switzerland—Laws protecting the critically endangered Sumatran Tiger have failed to prevent tiger body parts being offered on open sale in Indonesia, according to a TRAFFIC report launched today.

Tiger Trade Revisited in Sumatra, Indonesia

Report author(s):
Julia Ng, Nemora

Publication date:
February 2008


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