A beautiful orange and white coat with black stripes which help camouflage it as it moves through the forest.
There are fewer than 400 of these critically endangered tigers left in the wild making them one of the rarest sub-species of tiger.
Large mammals like wild pigs, tapir and deer are favourites but they will also eat smaller mammals such as rabbits or snakes.
This sub-species of tiger can only be found in the wild in the tropical forests of the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
Deforestation means that the dense forest tigers need to survive is shrinking. They are also hunted by poachers who want to sell their parts on the black market.
The Sumatran tiger is classified as critically endangered. Hopefully we can save it from extinction, unlike the Bali, Caspian and Javan tigers which all became extinct in the last 80 years.
Read Dougie Poynter’s take on the Sumatran tiger.
Watch a video from our friends atARKive of a Sumatran Tiger.