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The Wildlife Authority and Scorpion rescue a Slow Loris from Halaban, Langkat, Sumatra (October 23, 2019)
Posted on 10:12 October 25th, 2019

 A team from the Wildlife Authority (BBKSDA) in North Sumatra and Scorpion Foundation rescued a slow loris (Nycticebus sp.) from an illegal owner in Halaban village, Besitang, Langkat, North Sumatra on Wednesday (2019.10.23). This animal was found by a local resident (Mr. M. Jamin) on his farm area in Halaban village, captured and kept it home.

With the help from Field Coordinator of Orangutan Information Center (OIC)- Rio who informed the BBKSDA, the slow loris was finally rescued from Halaban and is now placed in Sibolangit Animal Rescue Center for possible returning back in the wild.



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