Distressing footage: IGA linked to wiping out the endangered Sumatran tiger

Video | 26 July, 2011

New footage shows the agonising death of an endangered Sumatran tiger is linked to toilet paper sold by the Australian supermarket chain -- IGA. There are less than 400 remaining Sumatran tigers in the wild and that number is rapidly declining as their habitat continues to be destroyed to make cheap pulp and paper products.

New footage shows the agonising death of an endangered Sumatran tiger is linked to toilet paper sold by the Australian supermarket chain -- IGA. There are less than 400 remaining Sumatran tigers in the wild and that number is rapidly declining as their habitat continues to be destroyed to make cheap pulp and paper products. Read more...

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