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Sumatran tiger caught on camera
Jul 29, 2018

On top of a ridge of in Indonesia, a healthy male Sumatran tiger was spotted by camera traps earlier this year. An important conservation tool, the cameras are equipped with infrared sensors that take a picture whenever they sense movement in the forest and help support WWF& rsquo;s intensive tiger monitoring in central Sumatra.& nbsp;



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