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Distribution :

Mercusuar, Danau Menjukut, Penipahan Atas,  Danau Sei Leman, Way Kesugihan, Tj. Mas, Dukuh Banyak, Rescue Centre, Pelepasan 1, Way Panago, Sumurmana, Cukuh Babui, Sugiwaras, Blambangan Atas, Goa Way Paya, Way Kejadian, Olok Baru, Sawung Bajo, Umbul Gajah, Siring Batu.

Conservation Status

Critically Endangered (IUCN 3.1)

Appendix 1

Tigers are found mainly in the forest of tropical Asia, although they historically occurred more widely in drier and colder climes. Based on studies, estimate that Tigers need to kill 50 large prey animals per year. Tigers are opportunistic predators, however, and their diet includes birds, fish, rodents, insects,  amphibians,  reptiles  in  addition  to  other mammals such as primates and porcupines. Tigers can also take ungulate prey much larger than themselves, including large bovids (water buffalo, gaur, banteng), elephants and rhinos.

Tigers are generally solitary, with adults maintaining exclusive  territories,  or  home  ranges.  Adult  female home  ranges  seldom  overlap,  whereas  male  ranges typically  overlap  from  1–3  females,  a  typical  felid pattern of social organization. Until now, we have 28 individual tigers in Tambling area with 3 cubs and 2 pregnant Tigers.

Native:

Indonesia (Sumatera)