The wildlife of Indonesia are under attack,
and it is getting worse.
The country has experienced a killing spree l
eaving some of the regions most endangered animals lifeless and lying in pools of blood.
The latest victim was a Sumatran tiger who was brutally killed, hacked to pieces and left on display at a local market where its parts will be sold as trinkets and used in traditional medicines.
Conservationists suggest that this tiger was one of only 400 left in the wild
and with every tiger poached, the chances of its survival diminishes.
Earlier this year, Indonesian officials took action against the poaching of endangered species by arresting two men accused of separately killing orangutans. In one case, the culprit decapitated the endangered primate and in another someone had riddled the ape with more than 130 bullets.
The two suspects will now face charges.
The government of Indonesia now has another criminal to find, someone who has robbed their nation and the world of one of the most beautiful creatures nature has to offer. Please sign the petition and demand that Indonesian police find the person who murdered the Sumatran tiger and bring them to justice.