A Natural Resources Conservation Agency (BKSDA) unit in Central Kalimantan has successfully evacuated a 25-year-old orangutan that previously entered plantation area within the province.
Wild elephants entering residential areas and plantations is not uncommon in Aceh.
BKSDA is investigating the death of a male Sumatran elephant in a rubber plantation located in Suo-suo village in Tebo regency, Jambi.
IB (35), local fisher from Bagan Deli, Belawan subdistrict, Medan, was arrested by authorities after he was found to be carrying the protected wildlife without any required permits.
The birds were from South Kalimantan and were sent to Java through Telaga Biru Port in Bangkalan, East Java.
Another patient must also undergo foot amputation.
The initiative is expected to boost the animals population in the wild.
Many of the animals were endemic and were seized by authorities in cases related to illegal wildlife trade.
A 15-year-old boy who was attacked and dragged by a crocodile into Tolire Lake in the city in North Maluku province.
They are still working to lure out and evacuate the two-meter crocodile.
The animal will be observed and assessed before being released into its habitat.
They are now committed to the conservation of Sumatran tigers.
Several villagers have left their homes because the animals are still within the area.
Footprints of the wild and protected animal were found just 10 to 30 meters behind a resident's house.
"It was feared that the crocodile would harm people nearby."
The majority of faunas in Ujung Kulon National Park are rare animals.
The animal was shot with an anaesthetic before it was evacuated from the plantation area.
A Crocodylus porosus was found just behind state elementary school SDN 12 Pasia Paneh in Tanjungmutiara subdistrict, Agam regency.
After receiving reports from locals about an orangutan trapped within the plantation area, an evacuation team was quickly deployed.
BBKSDA immediately released it back into the conservation area.