there are only around 400 sumatran tigers left in the wild - and their habitation is heavily under threat. greenpeace 'tiger eye' activists are traveling around sumatra bearing witness to the deforestation threatening their environment, and calling on the indonesian government to take action.
Around 1.1 million hectares of indonesia's rainforests are being destroyed each year - if this deforestation not stop, the sumatran tiger could follow its predecessors the Javanese and Bali tigers, and become extinct.
there are five tiger eye activists undertaking the journey - read more about their mission on the greenpeace website
"It’s distressing, but at the same time it drives us to keep fighting against deforestation"
cakra prathama - greenpeace indonesia