The Sumatran Tiger is one of the many Tigers that are threatened by human impact. They are critically endangered, with less than 400 surviving in small patches of Sumatra today.
A large factor that contributes to the critical status of this species is the unsustainable demand for natural resources created by the fastest growing human population of Indonesia. This, in addition to a government initiative to increase tree-crop plantations such as palm oil and acacia plantations, as well as high-intensity commercial logging, ultimately promoting forest fires, all contribute to a decrease in the population. Illegal trade in Tiger parts also contributes to their critically endangered status. Read more here and here.
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