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Close down all illegal wildlife sales in Indonesia. The wildlife belongs in the wild. Indonesian Law No. 5/1990 says: Every person who kill, capture, keep protected species (alive or dead) can be sentenced to five years in jail and fine of IDR100 million (US$7,400.00).
Latest News

Scorpion’s Annual Meeting Discusses Work Plans (May 7, 2024)

Sumatera has 2 important landscapes that are very valuable in the world of conservation

Posted on 11:25 June 04th, 2024 Read more...

Wildlife Monitoring in Ramba Sihasur Village, Sipirok Subdistrict, South Tapanuli (May 7, 2024)

to prevent human-wildlife conflicts in the village.

Posted on 01:25 May 21st, 2024 Read more...

Forest Rangers of BBKSDASU Visits New Orangutan Monitoring Post in Simaninggir (May 1, 2024)

Scorpion Indonesia Foundation currently has two monitoring posts in Batangtoru Ecosystem.

Posted on 22:51 May 20th, 2024 Read more...

Scorpion Foundation Visits the First Harvest of Chilli Pepper Plantation in Batu Horing (May 2, 2024)

Batu Horing is a village adjacent to Orangutan Habitat in West Batangtoru Metapopulation.

Posted on 15:40 May 20th, 2024 Read more...

Orangutan Monitoring in Batu Satail Village (April 30, 2024)

To prevent human-orangutan conflict.

Posted on 13:50 May 20th, 2024 Read more...

Forest Management Unit (KPH) Area X and Partners Visits Haunatas Village (April 3, 2024)

Checking wildlife traps in the village.

Posted on 00:46 May 20th, 2024 Read more...
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Account Name : Yayasan Scorpion Indonesia
Account Number : 106-00-1143529-7
Bank : PT. BANK MANDIRI (PERSERO). Tbk

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