Our beautiful Sumatran tigers are a magnificent sight. They’re also incredibly precious as they’re so rare.
Our tigers will be off-show from Monday 18 - Sunday 24 September
We're working in our tiger habitat this week. Sorry for the inconvenience- you will be able to see the tigers again from Monday 25 Septmeber.
There are only a few hundred of these precious animals left in the wild, so we’re doing all we can to stop them becoming extinct.
Sumatran tigers have webbed paws, which means that they’re brilliant swimmers. Explore that Sumatra in Islands and you could see mother and daughter, Kirana and Kasarna, splashing around in the pool or sunbathing on the rocks.
Sumatran tigers are the smallest of all tigers and their low stance lets them creep up on prey unseen. Their stripes are narrower and closer together than those of other tigers.
Act now to save tigers
You can find out more about our project to protect tigers in the wild on our Act for Wildlife website. Explore our blog for updates from our field projects and donate to help save tigers.
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100% of donations to Act for Wildlife go to our projects in the wild.