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Sumatra's Last Tiger

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Sumatra's Last Tiger
A serial killer is on the loose in Sumatra, and it's a 200-lb. tiger with a taste for human flesh. The attacks occurred because the tiger's habitat is dwindling due to human action, but with eight deaths in only three months, locals want the culprit dead. To complicate matters further, the Sumatra tiger is critically endangered fewer than 400 remain in the wild. Join a specialized team of forest rangers and conservationists who've made it their mission to find the tiger and safely remove it

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