We are trying to work together with scientist from all over the world and universities to study about rainforest and all the species in TWNC including Sumatran Tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae).
We are working together with scientist from all over the world and universities to study about rainforest and all the species in TWNC including Sumatran Tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae) to see how we can increase the awareness and also making sure that ALL the animals in Tambling have a healthy place to live and no community issues occur.
TWNC are working closely with Panthera BIG CAT Foundation , a non-governmental organization focusing on Big Cats World wide located in NY to recover and protect Sumatran wild tigers for generations to come in Indonesia.
Aside from Sumatran Tigers, AGP also assists in releasing other endangered animals including Trenggiling (Manis javanica) and sea turtles (Chelonioidea). TWNC continues to monitor and assist with the Indonesian government to relocate conflict wild Sumatran Tigers, which TWNC have been doing since 2007.
We also have a full security department that is are working around the clock to ensure that all our animals have the best security possible
In total, AGP has relocated at least 8 tigers, released 5 tigers to the wild 3 cubs baby tigers where born in a story of ‘miracle birth’ the last one that was released was a female named MULI and she is doing great and we hope one day that she will also come back with some babies to increase our population in Tambling