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A rare Sumatran Tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae) cools off from the hot Indonesian sun. Tigers are ambush hunters and often lie in wait for prey near watering holes. The Sumatran is the smallest of the tiger species, and at 250 pounds (110k kg) weighs only half as much as its largest cousin, the Siberian Tiger. Poaching and habitat destruction has reduced the Sumatran Tiger population to the verge of extinction. Only about 250 to 400 Sumatran Tigers remain in the wild.

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