Fetuses of endangered Sumatran tigers found in Indonesian ’poacher’ arrests

Fetuses of endangered Sumatran tigers found in Indonesian ’poacher’ arrests

Five people in Indonesia’s Riau province have been arrested for poaching after authorities found the skin of a Sumatran tiger and four fetuses in a jar. They were arrested on Saturday after police received a tip from locals. The five suspects included two people believed to have been acting as sellers. Sumatran tigers are critically endangered, with fewer than 400 believed to be left in the wild.

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