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Outreach Activities to Monitor Human-Orangutan Conflicts in Simaninggir Village, South Tapanuli District (May 14, 2020)
Posted on 19:58 May 18th, 2020

On Thursday 14th May 2020, the scorpion team visited a community around the forest in Simaninggir Village, Marancar District, South Tapanuli Regency, North Sumatra Province. This visit was conducted to obtain information about Orangutans in the community garden. From the meeting between the team and the community Obtained from the discussion results that were never seen again Orangutans crossed around the community garden, there were no signs of Orangutans seen around the village Simaninggir and every durian season arrives Usually Orangutans go down to the community garden.


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