Webbing between their toes, when spread, enables Sumatran tigers to be very fast swimmers. They will often run hoofed prey, who are much slower swimmers, into the water.


Adopt-an-Animal: Sumatran Tiger

Sumatran tigers are critically endangered. In fact, there are estimated to be fewer than 300 of them in the wild. Our 9-year-old female Sumatran tiger has had two litters in five years, so we're thrilled to be able to contribute to the population of these majestic animals. For every tiger adoption sold in April and May 2013, the San Francisco Zoological Society will contribute to the Tiger Conservation Campaign.

Your gift will be used to support the San Francisco Zoological Society and further our mission to connect people to wildlife, inspire caring for nature and advance conservation action. An adoption of a Sumatran tiger can make a great gift for friends, coworkers, family or for yourself!

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