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Scorpion Insists MoEF to Prevent Cruelty to Animals in Bandung Zoo (June 29, 2016)
Posted on 20:58 June 29th, 2016

Scorpion Foundation today Wednesday (June 29, 2016) reports condition of animal in Bandung Zoo. Elephant is chained on two legs causing the elephant unable to move freely and stress. It is considered an act of cruelty to elephant and should be prevented.

 

Earlier, on Tuesday (June 28th 2016), Scorpion Senior Investigator, Marison Guciano, also went to the office of Natural Resources Conservation Agency (BBKSDA) West Java to report orally on the condition of the elephant in Bandung Zoo. The Scorpion report was based on monitoring results in Bandung zoo on Sunday, 26 June 26, 2016. Below is the link to view the video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NZ8dw9zniQ

 

Previously, Scorpion also found sun bears looking very hungry eating their own dung.

See the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ptOC7Z-W0I

 

Scorpion reports this to the BBKSDA West Java in the hope that they will prevent animal cruelty in zoos Bandung.


 

Scorpion reporting cruelty to animals in Bandung Zoo to BKSDA West Java in Bandung.

(Photo: Scorpion)


An elephant chained on two legs. (Photo: Scorpion)


Sun bears in Bandung Zoo. (Photo: Scorpion)

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