The Sumatran Tiger Preservation Foundation (YPHS) is launching one of its largest operations to date, the relocation of up to six Sumatran Tigers to a vast, protected area where they can flourish. Following a detailed relocation analysis, the tigers will likely be moved to the 178,000-hectare Giam Siak Kecil-Bukit Batu (GSK-BB) Biosphere Reserve in Riau province. The operation is being fully funded by Asia Pulp & Paper, the leading corporate supporter of YPHS. The initiative is designed to ensure that the Sumatran tiger remains part of the Indonesian landscape. In this video Bastoni, Chairman of the Sumatran Tiger Preservation Foundation, discusses the details of the translocation effort and how his team ensured a proper balance of food, prey and flora to help the tigers adjust to their surroundings.