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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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Starving orangutans saved from certain death by team of rescuers who transported them from isolated woodland to lush forest (July 6, 2015)

This is the heartwarming moment a family of starving orangutans were rescued from an isolated patch of woodland and released back into their natural habitat.The primates became stranded in West Borneo, Indonesia, after agricultural plantations and illegal gold mines invaded their forest home and left them without food.

Posted on 00:55 July 09th, 2015 Read more...

Shocking pictures show four dolphins kept in a tiny Bali resort swimming pool (July 6, 2015)

Shocking photographs show dolphins kept in horrific conditions in a small resort swimming pool in Bali. The four dolphins are kept in a chlorinated pool measuring 10m by 20m at a hotel at Keramas Beach on the Indonesian holiday island. The Wake Bali Dolphins tourist attraction charges visitors money for an 'exciting' dolphin experience, allowing people with swim with, hug and kiss the dolphins.

Posted on 00:29 July 09th, 2015 Read more...

Jakarta, Surabaya and Medan, Cities with Most Rampant Illegal Wildlife Trade (July 4, 2015)

Jakarta, GATRAnews – SCORPION Wildlife Trade Monitoring Group mentions Jakarta, Surabaya and Medan as the most widespread occurrence of wildlife trade. In Jakarta, the wildlife is traded on Jatinegara and Pramuka wildlife markets. In addition, the wildlife trade is also rife in Jalan Barito Wildlife Market. While in Surabaya, wildlife traded in Bratang and Turi wildlife markets. In Medan, the wildlife is sold on roadside in Jalan Metrologi Ujung.

Posted on 23:16 July 06th, 2015 Read more...

SCORPION Urges Government to Ban Animal Trading (July 1, 2015)

Jakarta (Antara Bali): The non-governmental organisation working on wildlife conservation, SCORPION, urges the government to prohibit protected wildlife trading."We ask the government to shut down illegal wildlife trades," Senior investigator of SCORPION Marison Guciano said in a statement received by Antara here Tuesday.

Posted on 22:00 July 06th, 2015 Read more...

SCORPION'S PRESS RELEASE: DON’T KILL OUR WILD BIRDS (JULY 2, 2015)

"Stop Killing and Eating Our Wildlife" is the message activists from Indonesia’s newest wildlife NGO, SCORPION Wildlife Trade Monitoring Group, want people to hear loud and clear. Last week activists from SCORPION visited Jalan Metrologi Ujung Medan and took photographs of wild birds on sale at the roadside. They were shocked at the number of wild birds being sold and it is obvious they cannot be repopulated this fast in their natural habitat. A week later SCORPION returned to the same place and found a different man selling wild birds. The birds were smaller than what SCORPION found the previous week.

Posted on 15:25 July 02nd, 2015 Read more...

Close Down Pramuka and Jatinegara Wildlife Markets – NOW (June 29, 2015)

Scorpion, has been formed by Indonesians concerned at the sight of their country’s rapidly disappearing wildlife, which is being killed or captured for sale in notorious wildlife markets. Undercover investigators have been shocked at the large amount of wildlife on sale, much of it ‘protected’ species, crammed into tiny, dirty cages. It’s illegal. It’s cruel. It has to be stopped.

Posted on 13:32 June 29th, 2015 Read more...
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