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Illegal Hunting in Arse, South Tapanuli (February 25, 2020)
Posted on 17:55 February 29th, 2020


On Tuesday  (February 25, 2020) the Resort Sipirok of BBKSDASU with support of Scorpion Foundation confiscated a civet from a resident of  Baringin village in Arse, South Tapanuli regency. This Amal was captured at Sipirok Nature Reserve and kept illegally at home by Ahmad.

The Sipirok Nature Reserve team visited Baringin village because human-orangutan conflicts frequently happen in this village.

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