How do you relocate a tiger?

Putri, a 7-year-old Sumatran Tiger, receives veterinarian care before her safe relocation to a new habitat where she can thrive and be part of the continued regeneration of the species. This check-up is required by the Government of Indonesia to ensure the tiger's health prior to relocation. Upon release, Putri will be monitored with a GPS collar so the Indonesian Government, Sumatran Tiger Conservation Foundation (YPHS) and Asia Pulp & Paper's (APP) can evaluate her progress and ensure her safety away from tiger-human conflict. Tiger protection and relocation in partnership with The Natural Resources Conservation Agency of South Sumatra (BKSDA) and YPHS is part of APP long-term commitment to the survival and regeneration of the species whose numbers have suffered as a result of deforestation and poaching.