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February 27, 2013
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata uses a satellite...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata uses a satellite...
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata uses a satellite phone at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside TWNC, near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island, February 25, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. Rizal, a tiger keeper, said on a monthly basis the eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. Winata said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 25, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS ANIMALS HEADSHOT)
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