Translocating Troublesome Tigers
Every year, a few tigers in Indonesia get into trouble through killing livestock, or even people, and have to be removed.
Rather than kill the tiger in question, often it is "translocated" - taken to a new site and released - but until recently it has been impossible to find out what happens to such tigers.
If they get into fights with resident tigers, or killed cubs, moving them could do more harm than good! But nowadays, if the money can be found, special radiocollars can be fitted which send an email every day saying where the tiger is after release.
Sasa was the fifth "problem tiger" to have been fitted with one of these collars in Indonesia, in an process organised by the Indonesian Department of Forestry with technical support from ZSL and FFI.
Click on the first picture to start Sasa's story.
Warning: you may find some of these images disturbing