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Indonesian millionaire's plan to save tigers

An Indonesian millionaire is catching and releasing tigers that have been seen in populated areas in Sumatra in a bid to save them from extinction.

Dr Alan Rabinowitz, a tiger expert, spent time with Tomy Winata to find out how he was rehabilitating the tigers.

He told BBC Radio 5 live'sUp All Night what he found.

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