Another tiger species headed for extinction? Poaching in Indonesia's Sumatra widespread, report finds

Authors: 
MSNBC
Document Type: 
media
Citation: 
MSNBC. 2004. Another tiger species headed for extinction? Poaching in Indonesia's Sumatra widespread, report finds. March 17.
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6307
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admin
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Newspaper Article
Year Published: 
2004
Sec Title: 
MSNBC
Date Input: 
03/07/2007 3:00
Availability: 
online
Language: 
English
Country: 
USA
Url: 
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4539423/
Date Modified: 
03/07/2007 3:00
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admin
Last Post: 
03/07/2007 3:00
Bushmeat Asian Type: 
wildlife trade
Keywords: 
Indonesia; tiger; Sumatra; extinction
Abstract: 
Unless poaching for body parts is stopped, Indonesia's Sumatran tiger could be the first large predator to become extinct this century, according to a report Tuesday by a network that monitors the illegal trade in endangered species.
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