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In the remote forests of Sumatra, Indonesia lives one of the world’s rarest tiger species - the majestic Sumatran Tiger. Almost 50% of Sumatra’s forests have disappeared in the last 25 years and less the 400 tigers are now left in the wild. Demand for land has increased - for agriculture, logging and oil palm plantations leaving the tigers with less and less territory. The search is now on, to find the attacking tiger and move him to a less populated area before poachers find him.

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