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This clutch is our exclusive collection to shine the light to Indonesia's Sumatran tiger, one of the world's critically endangered animals. According to WWF, there are only fewer than 400 Sumatran tigers left and if deforestation & poaching action continues, Sumatran tiger could be the first large predator to go extinct in the 21st century.
Indonesia already has lost two tiger subspecies, the Bali and Javan tigers, which became extinct in the 1940s and 1980s respectively. Three of the world's eight tiger subspecies have gone extinct in the past 70 years; the remaining five subspecies are all endangered.
WWF supports anti-poaching patrols in Indonesia and has helped arrest and prosecute poachers. WWF is also investing in habitat conservation and a biological assessment of tigers in the lowlands of central Sumatra to better address threats to the remaining population.
How we can help: Share this story, switch to sustainable products to protect our forests, donate to organizations that support anti-poaching actions to protect Sumatran tigers.
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