Sumatran Tiger – Critically Endangered – 500 left

Sumatran Tigers are the only subspecies of tiger not found on the Eurasian continental mainland and are also the smallest and the rarest of all tiger subspecies. The Sumatran tiger is endemic to the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. The prime habitat of the Sumatran Tiger is lowland and hill forests. Human intrusion has pushed it to higher altitudes, even above 3,000 metres.


Sumatran Rhino – Critically Endangered – 55 left

The Sumatran Rhino, also known as the hairy rhino, is the oldest species of rhino existing today. It evolved more than twenty million years ago. The Sumatran Rhino is the last existing species of an otherwise extinct family of rhinoceros, that included the woolly rhino hunted to extinction by humans 10,000 years ago.


Sumatran Elephant – Endangered – 1,500 left

The Sumatran Elephant is one of the four existing Asian elephant sub-species and is found only on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. The other three sub-species are the Sri Lankan Elephant (Sri Lanka), the Indian Elephant (India to Malaysia) and the Borneo Elephant (Indonesia).