On the island of Sumatra in Indonesia, Sumatran tigers are facing the most serious threat to their survival they have ever encountered. It’s not a new predator at the top of the food chain, or a devastating illness.
As demand for products like palm oil increases, tiger habitat is being destroyed to make way for plantations. Most Sumatran forests are owned by the government and leased out for profitable commercial activities. Petitions and political appeals to protect the forest haven’t worked to dissuade the government from choosing conservation over profit. The situation is dire.
How can you help?
You can help permanently protect the entire range of one Sumatran tiger by helping us reach our goal by Earth Day, April 22nd. Right now, thanks to a matching pledge, you can protect an acre for just $3.41.
Be part of the solution and ensure that future generations share a planet with these amazing creatures!Whizzco