A resident of Bukum village, Sibolangit sub-district handed over 1 individual slow loris which he has kept for about a year to the ISCP center on Wednesday, May 26, 202..
The resident who handed over the slow loris realized after finding out from the internet that the slow loris had been listed as protected animals and with his own awareness handed it over directly to ISCP members at the Sumatran slow loris rehabilitation center in the village of the Rumah Pilpil , Sibolangit and then the ISCP forward the report or coordinate via Whatsapp to the North Sumatra BKSDA . And for now the slow loris is being rehabilitated at the ISCP center, where later the ISCP will coordinate again with the BKSDA veterinarian to carry out health checks, sex, animal behavior and so on.
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Thursday, May 20, 2021, also coincides with the commemoration of the National Resurgence Day in Indonesia, the Bksda team and ISCP rescued 1 individual Sumatran slow loris mother and the baby, from residents of Fajar Harapan village, Timang Gajah sub-district, a Bener Meriah district,Aceh. Information obtained by ISCP from informants stated that there is a resident who has kept the Sumatran slow loris mother and the baby for approximately 1 month, where the resident did not know that the slow loris is a protected wildlife by law,by given warnings and education so that he do not return to hunting or keep slow lorises or other wild animals and if he do the same thing in the future, he or this resident will be prosecuted according to applicable law Furthermore, the slow loris and baby slow lorises were secured by the Aceh BKSDA team and the ISCP for medical inspection before being released later.
Thank you to the Aceh BKSDA, ISCP Aceh representative volunteers, all #goodpeople ,#GlobalGivingDonors who care about wildlife and also other NGOs who work hand in hand to care for and preserve Indonesia's wildlife, and hopefully on this National Resurgence Day the spirit of community awakening will rise and continue to grow. to care for the preservation of Indonesian nature and wildlife.
Friday, April 30, 2021, the Bksda central Aceh and ISCP team confiscated the male Sumatran slow loris from the results of the ISCP informant's report that there would be a slow loris trade transaction in Lampahan village,then the ISCP team contacted the BKSDA representative at the Central Aceh resort and immediately drove to the location and It was found that the slow loris trader had left the transaction location and only residents had bought the slow loris.Furthermore, representatives of the Central Aceh resort BKSDA together with ISCP members secured the slow loris and provide warnings and information to resident who buy slow loris not to buy anymore because the slow lorises are protected by law and are not allowed to keep or buy slow loris for any reason according to law no. in 1990 concerning the Conservation of Living Natural Resources and their Ecosystems.
Due to the fact that the slow loris has not been kept long and is still in a healthy and wild behaviour, the BKSDA team together with the ISCP team released the slow loris in the forest conservation area of Central Aceh on the same day.
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In the good coordination and cooperation of information reports from friends or partners of ISCP, namely the IAR Foundation through their IG @Kukangku Direct Messenger, the information is that there is a community on behalf of Mrs.NN reported there was slow loris get in lost to her house and with a good initiative Ms. NN reported to our partner @kukangku and the report was forwarded to ISCP where then ISCP coordinated with the North Sumatra BKSDA to save and secured the Sumatran slow loris.
Where the slow loris had recently entered or got lost to the resident's house, wherein after the slow loris was checked for health by the BKSDA veterinarian and it was still very healthy and still behaving wildly, on Saturday 24 April 2021 the slow loris which had been secured by the BKSDA team and the ISCP team were relocated to release in the conservation forest area of Deli Serdang district, North Sumatra.
We would like said thank you to #GoodPeople, namely Ms. NN and the ISCP partner of the IAR Indonesia Foundation through `` @kukangku, friends of the North Sumatra BKSDA and all the community and friends of wildlife observers Ngo's who have collaborated or worked hand in hand to save Sumatran slow loris and another protected wildlife, especially in North Sumatra and generally in Indonesia.
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On Tuesday, April 20, 2021, the Central Aceh Bksda team and accompanied by ISCP Aceh representatives confiscated a male Sumatran slow loris, from a resident named Mr. Sugianto, 37 years old, who works as a vegetable trader, addressing the village of Blang Jorong, Bandar sub-district. , it's really classic reason which said he got the Sumatran slow loris from a resident who sold it to him, the slow loris has been kept for 3 days, he also admitted that he did not know that this animal was a protected animal, Mr. Sugianto apologized, after being given a strong warning from BKSDA accompanied by the ISCP team that in the future if buying or maintaining slow lorises will be subject to criminal penalties in accordance with Law No. 5 of 1990 concerning Conservation of Living Natural Resources and their Ecosystems.
Due to the fact that the Sumatran slow loris is having a health check where the slow loris is still healthy and still wild, on the same day the Aceh BKSDA team is accompanied by volunteers from ISCP representatives in Aceh releasing the slow loris in a safe conservation forest in Central Aceh,thus our report from the field.
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