Sumatra's Last Tigers

Sumatra, Indonesia has been hit by a wave of gruesome attacks on humans, 8 in three months, the culprit is the critically endangered Sumatran tiger. As its forest disappears it has no choice but to hunt the most abundant mammal

With less than 400 wild Sumatran tigers left in the wild time is running out to save them. But hope for the species lies with a small group of dedicated individuals who are battling to find a solution to the tiger conflict problem before it's too late.

In stunning HD we reveal the Sumatran tiger like never before and the humans who risk everything to save them.

Director(s): Harun Rahman
Production: Lara Ariffin, Ikhwan Rivai, Effa Desa, Marnie Hobson
Actors: Andres Williams
Year: 2010
Duration: 46 min
Our age recommendation: 16
Language (audio): English, Indonesian
Language (subtitles): English
Country of origin: Malaysia
Shooting Locations: Indonesia
Screening rights: Infocus Asia ()
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Main topic(s): Planet Earth
Secondary topics: forest wilderness wildlife
Mentions: tiger extinction poaching release human-animal conflict preservation rescue centers captivity rangers
Topic Page(s): Planet Earth

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