A pig tail macaque was chained at waist under a tree on Tandam Hilir II village, Hamparan Perak, Deli Serdang regency in North Sumatra. There was no access for this ape to drinking water 24/7. Beside the cruelty, this animal could also be dangerous to people especially children in the area.
The Wildlife Authority (BBKSDA) in North Sumatra and Scorpion Foundation decided to rescue this animal and put it in a temporary holding cage of the BBKSDA in Stabat for medical check up. When ready and healthy this animal will be returned back in the wild.
No access to drinking water 24/7 for this pig tailed macaque in Tandam Hilir II, Hamparan Perak.
Another picture of the pig tailed macaque in Tandam Hilir II, Hamparan Perak, before the rescue.
Preparation for transportation of this macaque from Tandam Hilir II to a temporary holding cage of the BBKSDA in Stabat, Langkat.
Loading the macaque into Scorpion car in Tandam Hilir II, Hamparan Perak.