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A Sad Long-tailed Macaque in Batangtoru, South Tapanuli (May 18,2020)
Posted on 20:18 May 20th, 2020

On Saturday 18, May 2020 the Scorpion Team conducted an animal preservation survey in Pandang Lancat Village, Batang Toru District, South Tapanuli District, North Sumatra. Found a long-tailed monkey (Macaca fascicularis) tied to a wooden pole right in front of the owner's house. The owner of the animal named Supriman, based on information received directly by the animal keeper that the monkey has been maintained since childhood until now. he got the monkeys by scaring the mother, until finally the baby monkey fell to the ground and could be taken by Supriman. The reason Supriman kept this monkey was as an anti-chicken disease virus.



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