[Jakarta, August 13. Image via Getty]

ProFauna activists hold a demonstration in Jakarta on August 13, 2009 demanding the government to stop tiger and elephant trade and punish the perpetrators. Indonesia has failed to stop poaching of endangered Sumatran tigers, with body parts of the big cats going for sale at retail outlets on the island they call home, a wildlife group warned. The Sumatran tiger population is estimated at around 400 to 500. Poaching as well as deforestation to make way for pulp, paper and palm oil plantations are the main factors behind the animal's decline. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO/Bay ISMOYO (Photo credit should read BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images)