The entire wild population of Sumtran Tigers
is limited to one island in Indonesia with no more than 400
individual Sumatran Tigers. This obviously puts them at great
risk of extinction.
Much concern has been givin to the conservation of the Sumatran
Tiger, even more so than other species of Tiger.
Genetic anomalies have suggested that if this tiger survives
extinction, there is a possibility it could develop into a
seperate species. The total population of the Sumatran Tiger
is estimated to be between 400 and 500 animals. Logging continues
to destroy their natural habitat, even in national parks where