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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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Wildlife crime still thriving in Indonesia (June 7, 2015)

Pangolins and cockatoos, two species native to Indonesia, command high value. They are, however, endangered wildlife. Trading in them is illegal. Two recent police busts, one in North Sumatra and the other in East Java, revealed the lengths smugglers go to in order to profit from wildlife crime. The two cases underscore the huge, shady business of illicit wildlife trafficking, which has been given a further boost by online technology. - See more at: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/06/07/wildlife-crime-still-thriving-indonesia.html#sthash.CCSZUDsb.iRbzp5Vd.dpuf

Posted on 14:56 June 07th, 2015 Read more...

Fruit bats (Pteropus vampyrus or locally called KALONG) for sale. SUMATRA (May 22, 2015)

Pteropus vampyrus is categorised as "Near Threatened" on the IUCN Red List. They are on sale only about 100 meters from the governor's house at Jalan Sudirman, Medan.

Posted on 12:04 June 01st, 2015 Read more...
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