segunda-feira, 12 de março de 2012
Save Sumatra's Tigres
The logging and trade in ramin is banned under Indonesian law.
Since 2001, at least 180,000 hectares of Sumatran peat swamp forests have been cleared in concessions now controlled by APP – an area twice the size of New York City. It’s in these sorts of forests that protected ramin trees grow and also where critically endangered Sumatran tigers can be found. With only 400 left in the wild it is crucial for their long term survival that APP stops pulping this tiger habitat.
Only 400 wilde Sumatra's tigers in Indonesia's Rainforests! It's so outrageous how only in USA there's about 10 000 to 20 000 in captive as pets! (big cats are NOT pets!).
Sign this petition from Greenpeace: save sumatras
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