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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 Reports Illegal Wildlife Trade in Bandung (September 18, 2015)

SCORPION Foundation delivered in person to Conservation Agency (BKSDA) West Java in Bandung a report of illegal wildlife sale in Sukahaji Wildlife Market in Bandung, West Java province of Indonesia. The report based on direct observation of Scorpion Investigator to the market.

Posted on 09:42 September 19th, 2015 Read more...

Orangutan Shows a Public Risk – and Must be Stopped Now (September 18, 2015)

Conservationists from Indonesian NGO groups SCORPION and Indonesian Friends of the Animals (IFOTA) are asking the government to immediately ban shows such as those at Taman Safari where orangutans are forced to interact with the public.

Posted on 08:10 September 19th, 2015 Read more...

TRIPA COALITION PRESS RELEASE: Historic legal case for the Leuser Ecosystem's Tripa Peat Swamps finally won against palm oil company PT Kallista Alam (September 13, 2015)

Tripa is part of the 2.6 million ha protected Leuser Ecosystem, the only place in the world were Sumatran orangutans, tigers, elephants and rhinos can be found living side by side.

Posted on 21:20 September 14th, 2015 Read more...

The 'Most Harrowing Rescue Ever' of Orangutans, Mail Online (September 12, 2015)

Clinging to her dying mother, baby orangutan in UK charity's 'most harrowing rescue ever': British vets wade into the Indonesian jungle in bid to save tragic Lulu and daughter

Posted on 18:34 September 14th, 2015 Read more...

Forest Rangers Involved in Poaching Ring, Jakarta Post Report (September 12, 2015)

Forest rangers of the forestry agency in Blangkejeren, Gayo Lues regency, Aceh, have allegedly been involved in a Sumatran tiger poaching syndicate around the Mount Leuser National Park (TNGL).

Posted on 12:42 September 14th, 2015 Read more...

Scorpion Paves the Way for Freedom of a Siamang Gibbon in Jakarta (September 9, 2015)

Natural Resource Conservation Agency (BKSDA) Jakarta on Wednesday confiscated a siamang from a military housing complex (Komlek Perumahan Dephankam) Cibubur, East Jakarta. This confiscation was carried out following a report of Scorpion Foundation.

Posted on 16:54 September 10th, 2015 Read more...
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