One more gone. The Sumatran tiger, the last of Indonesia’s tigers, is on the brink of extinction. They are being killed for their parts – claws, eyeballs, skins, and even private parts – to make traditional medicines, soups, and souvenirs. The destruction of their forest homes helps poachers hunt them down and slaughter them. With your help, we’ll fight every day to save these tigers by exposing companies linked to forest destruction like Mattel, and fighting to save each remaining tiger mother, father and cub. We can't afford to lose one more.Please make a pledge of as little as 33 cents a day ($10 a month) to save these tigers, their rainforest homes, and the only planet we’ve got.
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