One of the Sumatran tiger's final strongholds is under assault from poachers.
Without action now, this extremely rare big cat faces imminent extinction. Latest figures confirm there are only around 350 Sumatran tigers left. We must act now to save them.
The ongoing threat to the Sumatran tiger has put Fauna & Flora International's (FFI's) anti-poaching team on red alert. Habitat loss has already pushed the brink but to make matters worse, the international demand for tiger skins and bones makes this grisly trade all too profitable.
FFI has put out an urgent call to the global community to pledge their support for Sumatran tigers. Please pledge you won't buy their skins or bones and pledge to support the people protecting them.
The fact is that, right now, the Sumatran tiger faces a number of very serious threats, which are putting their very survival in jeopardy. And, sadly, they are all man-made. But together, if we act immediately, we can still save them.
I pledge to help save the remaining Sumatran tigers and ask the rest of the world to join me in protecting them.