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Evacuate a short-tailed monkey at the Tebing Tinggi Fire Service (October 26, 2022)

During the evacuation, the team experienced difficulties in the cages where the animals were kept because there was no access door and the cages had been permanently welded.

Posted on 11:52 November 15th, 2022 Read more...

A Tapanuli Orangutan is Driven Out of a Village in Batang Toru Ecosystem (October 18, 2022)

The orangutan was encountered near the main road.

Posted on 12:04 October 27th, 2022 Read more...

Joint Patrol on the Border of Conservation Area in Batang Toru Ecosystem (October 17, 2022)

There was a suspicion about illegal activity, but further investigation is still needed.

Posted on 15:58 October 20th, 2022 Read more...

Freshwater Fish Cultivation in Ramba Sihasur Village Excites Residents in Ramba Sihasur (September 30, 2022)

The visit of the Scorpion team found quite encouraging developments in freshwater fish farming. When we looked at several samples of goldfish, it was found that the growth of the fish was quite good. Currently, the fish has reached an average weight of 200 grams per head. It is estimated that the fish can be harvested in the next 45 days.

Posted on 16:48 October 05th, 2022 Read more...

Inauguration of A Newly Established Macaque Rescue Center in Sumatra (September 22, 2022)

The establishment of this Rescue Center is to support the conservation of macaques including long-tailed and pig-tailed macaques.

Posted on 17:15 September 23rd, 2022 Read more...

Macaques Evacuation from Marike, Langkat, North Sumatra (September 19, 2022)

the BBKSDA Wildlife Conservation Authority Section Wil 2 Stabat, and the TNGL Forestry Police in Pekan Kutam Baru village, succeeded in evacuating 2 short-tailed monkeys (Macaca Nemistrina) and Long-tailed monkey (Macaca Fascicularis) kept by residents in the town of Pekan Kutam Baru, Langkat.

Posted on 16:43 September 20th, 2022 Read more...
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