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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 Highly Appreciates BKSDA Bengkulu for Prompt Action in Releasing 1,500 Confiscated Birds (August 30, 2016)

Scorpion Foundation highly appreciates the prompt action of BKSDA Bengkulu-Conservation Section Region III Bandarlampung in releasing 1,500 confiscated birds. The birds were confiscated in Bekauheni seaport on Wednesday night (24/8) and they were released the following day (Thursday).

Posted on 19:55 August 30th, 2016 Read more...

Scorpion Appeals to Wildlife Authority in West Java to End Cruelty and Torture to Animals (August 30, 2016)

Elephant chained on two legs in Bandung Zoo causing this animal unable to move freely. Animals have no water ready to drink 24/7 in Plaza Asia Mini Zoo, Tasikmalaya.

Posted on 12:03 August 30th, 2016 Read more...

Discussion of Geothermal on the Habitat of Tiger, Rhino, Elephant, and Orangutan (August 23, 2016)

The core zone of the Gunung Leuser National Park (GNLP) is the last place on earth where four charismatic species (orangutan, tiger, elephant, and rhino) can still be found on the same place.

Posted on 13:30 August 24th, 2016 Read more...

Indonesia’s Bird Life Plundered to Supply Javan Bird Markets (August 16, 2016)

A thriving trade in Indonesia’s native birds exists, well beyond the notorious bird markets of Jakarta, reports a new TRAFFIC study which turns the lens on eastern and central Java.

Posted on 14:32 August 16th, 2016 Read more...

SCORPION’s Voice Finally Heard, MoEF Will Provide a Standard Guidline for Indonesian Zoos (August 15, 2016)

After conducting various campaigns through social media, youtube, websites, and even demonstrations to protest the Ministry of the Environment and Forestry (MoEF) pertaining to poor conditions of animals in Indonesia zoos, finally the MoEF began to recognize openly that the conditions in the Indonesian zoos are bad and require guidelines.

Posted on 16:55 August 15th, 2016 Read more...

Indonesian activists protest against animal abuse in Jakarta (August 8, 2016)

Indonesian activists wearing costumes of animals hold placards during a protest against animal abuse outside the Ministry of Environment and Forestry in Jakarta, capital of Indonesia, on Aug. 8, 2016.

Posted on 06:43 August 09th, 2016 Read more...
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