Sumatran Tiger

Panthera Tigris Sumatrae

Help The endangered Sumatran Tiger

Why is the Sumatran Tiger endangered ?

The Sumatran Tiger is critically endangered because poachers would hunt them and take there fur and there body parts and then sell them also the Sumatran Tiger are losing there habitats and prey and now there is only 400 more Sumatran Tigers that are living in the world right now and finally 40 Sumatran Tigers that die every year
Rare Sumatran Tigers Caught on Camera

Who are the Sumatran Tigers predators ?

The Sumatran Tigers predators are humans.

What is being done to save the Sumatran Tiger from becoming extinct ?

With less than 30% of Sumatran Tiger habitats are being protected by the indonesia goverment also the WWF has set an achievable goal tx2 (Double the number of tigers)

Introduction

The Sumatran tigers colours are orange,black,white and the male Sumatran tigers weights: 100-140 kg and for Females: 75-110 kg and there height goes up to 60 cm and there length is 250 cm.They live Asia but to be more specific they live in Borneo and Sumatra and they live in forests, grasslands and wetlands They love to eat: Deer,Wild Boar,Cattle and Goats  The Sumatran tiger reproduces every 3 to 4 months and they have 5 cubs.

Classification

Kingdom: AnimaliaPhylum: Chordata Subphylum: Vertebrata Class: Mammalia Subclass: Eutheria Order: Carnivora Family: Felidae Subfamily: Panthernae Genus: Panthera Species: tigris Subspecies: Panthera Tigris sumatrae

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