BKSDA is investigating the death of a male Sumatran elephant in a rubber plantation located in Suo-suo village in Tebo regency, Jambi.
FMD infections in Indonesia have remarkably plummeted 96.96 percent from its recorded peak earlier in June.
The tiger killed 44-year-old Sopiana on Friday, August 19.
The eggs have been placed in local hatchery.
The governments priority now to vaccinate healthy livestock in provinces where FMD cases have been confirmed.
NA intentionally shot those cats to make the school area clean and comfortable.
523 and 764 FMD cases were reported in Sumbawa and Bima.
The nest posed a danger to electric power transmission.
Another patient must also undergo foot amputation.
The initiative is expected to boost the animals population in the wild.
The 400 hatchlings were from 2,287 eggs seized by the police.
Many of the animals were endemic and were seized by authorities in cases related to illegal wildlife trade.
They were 16 primates, seven reptiles, four mammals, and one birds.
The Ministry also confirmed that 272 regencies and municipalities across the country had been impacted by the outbreak.
They are still working to lure out and evacuate the two-meter crocodile.
The botanical garden will support tourism potential and conservation effort.
The animal will be observed and assessed before being released into its habitat.
They are now committed to the conservation of Sumatran tigers.
Habitat loss and destruction continue to become the wildlifes biggest threat.
The meat products consisted of 20 kg of beef and 40 kg of pork.