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Governor of Jakarta Anies Baswedan visited two Sumatran tigers ( Panthera tigris sumatrae) contracting COVID-19
BKSDA has installed two wild tiger cage traps in areas where several Sumatran tigers recently snatched two buffaloes in Tigo Balai Village
Three wild Sumatran tigers have repeatedly trespassed into the farmland of Kota Rantang Village in Palupuah Sub-district.
Bengkulu province have repeatedly reported sighting two Sumatran tigers in chili farming areas inside their paddy fields over the past few days.
The Aceh Natural Resource Conservation Agency (BKSDA) released a Sumatran tiger cub to Mount Leuser National Park
A Sumatran tiger (Pantera Tigris Sumatrae) was found safe but in weak condition after it got trapped in a wild boar trap.
BKSDA and the ARSARI Djojohadikusumo Foundation announced that they have reintroduced a couple of Sumatran tiger siblings.
Riau's BKSDA confirmed the accuracy of a photo circulated by a local resident on Wednesday depicting the death of a Sumatran tiger in Siak District.
A Sumatran tiger (Pantera Tigris Sumatrae) got captured in a trap recently installed by the West Sumatra Natural Resources Conservation Agency.
The appearance of a wild Sumatran Tiger (Panthera Tigris Sumatrae) on the Pekanbaru-Dumai toll road project in Riau Province, shocked several workers.
A Sumatran Tiger (Pantera Tigris Sumatrae), trapped in Semendo Darat Ulu will be moved to Lampung.
A joint team of the police and the Environment and Forestry Ministry has arrested five people over alleged illegal hunting of Sumatran tiger.
Activists ask the Indonesian government to form a task force that focuses on handling conflicts between men and the Sumatran tigers in Riau.
Few remaining Sumatran tigers have to struggle to survive, as Sumatra Island has been ravaged by hundreds of hotspots, similar to forest fires, si
The Environment and Forestry Ministry will release a couple of Sumatran tigers, named Bonita and Atan Bintang, to their habitat in Riau Province.
The global environmental conservation organization WWF-Indonesia has used an art approach to protect Sumatran tigers.
According to hospital management, the rescued Sumatran tiger Rio consequently died because of health complications.