9/27/2010 06:46:00 PM by Lauren Axelrod ·
A rare Sumatran tiger has killed a palm oil worker in western Indonesia - the second deadly attack in as many months.
The World Wildlife Fund said Thursday that the tiger was found eating the remains of the 35-year-old worker earlier this week in Bengkalis, a district in Riau province. Villagers had gone looking for the man after he failed to return home from his plantation.
Story courtesy of adnkronosinternational
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