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Close down all illegal wildlife sales in Indonesia. The wildlife belongs in the wild. Indonesian Law No. 5/1990 says: Every person who kill, capture, keep protected species (alive or dead) can be sentenced to five years in jail and fine of IDR100 million (US$7,400.00).
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SCORPION, ISCP, and SPORC Rescue 2 Slow Lorises in Balige, Sumatra (March 24, 2016)

The Scorpion Foundation, Indonesian Species Conservation Program (ISCP), and the Forest Polic Rapid Response Unit (Polisi Hutan Reaksi Cepat/SPORC) rescued 2 slow lorises from Desa Pantai, Jalan Raja Sibagot, Balige, Tobasa district of North Sumatra Province, on Thursday night (24th of March 2016).

Posted on 20:43 March 26th, 2016 Read more...

SCORPION and SPORC Rescue 4 Gibbons to SRI Animal Transit Centre in Panyabungan (March 24, 2016)

To avoid any conflict with the surrounding community, and for better care of the animals, Scorpion Foundation and SPROC’s Leopard Brigade rescued the animals by translocating them to the Sumatran Rainforest Institute (SRI) animal transit facility in Panyabungan, Mandailing Natal district of North Sumatra Province.

Posted on 13:41 March 26th, 2016 Read more...

An Agent of Two Tiger Skins and Bone Arrested in Aceh (March 21, 2016)

Aceh provincial police announced in a press conference today, an agent of two Sumatran tiger skins and bone was arrested by Special Crime Police Unit.

Posted on 20:56 March 21st, 2016 Read more...

Over 50 pieces of Endangered Species Confiscated in Jakarta (March 16, 2016)

Over 50 pieces of stuffed endangered species (full body or derivative) confiscated by investigators of Law Enforcement Directorate General at the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF) from February to March 2016.

Posted on 04:31 March 18th, 2016 Read more...

Illegal Wildlife Trade in Indonesia = CORRUPTION (March 15, 2016)

The law against illegal wildlife trade has not been enforced accordingly. Dean of Forestry Faculty at Bogor Agriculture Institute (IPB Bogor), Dr. Rinkso Soekmadi, MSc identified the illegal wildlife trade in Indonesia as corruption. It exists but very difficult to stop.

Posted on 02:05 March 18th, 2016 Read more...

Intensified Law Enforcement Against Wildlife Crime in North Sumatra Has Not Been Supported by Adequate Facility (March 10, 2016)

Intensified law enforcement against wildlife crime in North Sumatra currently has not been supported by adequate facility. Scorpion Foundation investigator visited the rescue centre of BBKSDA in Medan on Thursday (10th of March 2016) and found that the facility in the centre was not adequate. Animals were placed in small or old cages which need repair or replacement.

Posted on 13:01 March 11th, 2016 Read more...
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SCORPION-THE WILDLIFE TRADE MONITORING GROUP (Yayasan Scorpion Indonesia)

Account Name : Yayasan Scorpion Indonesia
Account Number : 106-00-1143529-7
Bank : PT. BANK MANDIRI (PERSERO). Tbk

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