Homeless Tigers Visit Forest Ministry in Jakarta

Photo | 19 April, 2012

Tiger-suited Greenpeace activists and supporters, representing the less than 400 Sumatran tigers left in the wild, stand in front of the Indonesian Forestry Ministry building, urging action to save their dwindling forest habitat. The peat land forest that companies like APP are destroying for disposable products like tissue paper is crucial habitat for many species that are protected under Indonesian and international law, including the Sumatran tiger and ramin tree.04/18/2012