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.
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.
Habitat loss and destruction continue to become the wildlifes biggest threat.
Several villagers have left their homes because the animals are still within the area.
Most of them were endemic Papuan animals.
The Emil Salim Biodiversity Park will complement the role of forests in conserving the species of plants and animals.
He also expressed his hope that Planet Labs can soon work with stakeholders in Indonesia.
A Crocodylus porosus was found just behind state elementary school SDN 12 Pasia Paneh in Tanjungmutiara subdistrict, Agam regency.
BBKSDA immediately released it back into the conservation area.
This was the second attack by a tiger. No casualty so far.
For using lemongrass leaves as mosquito repellents, the oil needs to be extracted first