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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).
News

Cruelty to Animals in Taru Jurug Animal Park Reported by Scorpion (February 3, 2017)

Elephants in Taru Jurug Animal Park are chained by two legs

Posted on 15:05 February 05th, 2017 Read more...

Four Slow Lorises Released Back in the Wild, Sumatra (February 4, 2017)

The four slow lorises taken from illegal owners but the cases were not brought to the court.

Posted on 07:07 February 05th, 2017 Read more...

REPORT: Indonesia’s Bandung Zoo bears need more than food (February 2, 2017)

Hungry bears at an Indonesian zoo need much more than just food says Animals Asia's Animal Welfare Director Dave Neale.

Posted on 05:22 February 03rd, 2017 Read more...

The Wildlife Authority Confiscates a Slow Loris in Medan, Sumatra (January 30, 017)

This slow loris was owned illegally by a student.

Posted on 07:15 February 01st, 2017 Read more...

Scorpion Reports an Allegedly Illegal Wildlife Trade in Bali (January 30, 2017)

Necks of long-tailed macaque infants were chained, and they had no access to drinking water 4/7.

Posted on 23:42 January 30th, 2017 Read more...
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