Answering the challenge "Because Mother Nature Needs Help",
where habitats and native Indonesian wildlife are endangered!
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Sumatran Tiger is the last Indonesian tiger species in the wild. Rescue them by becoming a Warrior. Donation can be given from IDR 50.000/month.
Tigers (Panthera tigris) are classified into nine subspecies spreading through Asia, from Turkey to Russia and Indonesia. However, today's tigers can only be classified into six subspecies after three of them extinct.
In Indonesia, Sumatran tigers have become the one and only tiger species after Bali tigers (Panthera tigris balica) and Javan togers (Panthera tigris sondaica) were claimed extinct in the 1930s and 1970s. The high rate of ilegal trading and poaching, high scarcity of food source and low tiger reproduction rate to produce cubs, affect the low population count of the Sumatran tiger into less than 400 in the wild.