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Joint Patrol Continues at Aek Latong - Sipirok (November 10, 2019)
Posted on 11:20 November 14th, 2019


The team from the Wildlife Authority (BBKSDA)-South Tapanuli office and from the Tapanuli Orangutan Protection Unit (TOPU) of Scorpion Foundation conducted a joint patrol at  Aek Latong village in Sipiriok, South Tapanuli on Sunday (2019.11.10). This is a regular joint patrol of the BBKSDA and the TOPU of Scorpion Foundation with aims to prevent illegal capture, illegal keeping, and illegal trade of  protected wildlife especially Tapanuli orangutan. (Riza)

The TOPU team was led by Scorpion Foundation Executive Director, Ali Bangun Gea, in this patrol mission.


Patrol team from BBKSDA and Scorpion Foundation.


The Resort Head of Sipirok Nature Reserve at Aek Latong village in Sipirok, South Tapanuli.


Forest area of Sipirok Nature Reserve in Aek Latong Village.

The habitat of Tapanuli orangutan in Aek Latong, Sipirok, South Tapanuli.



A member of TOPU of Scorpion, Sumabrata monitoring the forest in Aek Latong village using binocular.






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