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AS SHARKS make their presence known in Sydney Harbour and its beaches, over in Indonesia, Sumatra's few remaining tigers are trying to send mankind a message.
The critically-endangered big cats killed six people this month. Most, it seems, were illegal loggers, plying their trade in protected national parks in Indonesia's Jambi province.
"This is a very interesting case,'' Didy Wurjanto, head of the Jambi's official nature conservancy agency, BKSDA, said.
"It's as if the tigers are sending a signal to Jambi's people that we have to be aware about using the forest's resources, we have to do it wisely and sustainably.
"If not, this is what will happen.
"Nature will become angry.''