The Scorpion Foundation team carried out an outreach activity in Marsada village, Sipirok subdistrict of South Tapanuli regency in North Sumatra province (March 15, 2020). During the activity, Scorpion team met the local villagers to explain about the situation of Tapanuli orangutan which was the world's most Critically Endangered great ape. Dedi Daulay, a Batangtoru based staff of Scorpion Foundation talked to the villagers in South Tapanuli dialect asking them to prevent capture of Tapanuli orangutan because it was protected by the Indonesian Law No. 5/ 1990. Whoever illegally capture, keep, transport or trade protected animal can be sentenced to 5 years in jail plus IDR100,000,000 (approximately USD7,000).