A critically endangered Sumatran tiger and two African lions have died at a zoo in western Indonesia after being poisoned, an official said Tuesday.
A female tiger and her cubs at Jambi Rimbo zoo on September 25, 2012. A critically endangered Sumatran tiger and two African lions were poisoned and killed in an Indonesian zoo, a local official said.
The eight-year-old male tiger, named Peter by zookeepers, was found paralysed earlier this month at the Taman Rimbo zoo in Jambi province, after eating poisoned meat. He died a week later.
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