There was a report on Monday 9 May 2022 to officers from the Natural Resources Conservation Center (BKSDA) of North Sumatra that a mother of a Sumatran slow loris and her baby entered a resident's house in the village of Tiga Juhar, Deli Serdang Regency and was secured by one of the residents.
To avoid the isolated slow loris from entering the village which potential later fall into the hands of irresponsible people then the villager secured the mother and baby first. The actions of these residents are highly appreciated by fellow ISCP volunteers and officers from the Natural Resources Conservation Center (BKSDA) of North Sumatra.
And then Tuesday, May 10, 2022, officers from the Natural Resources Conservation Center (BKSDA) of North Sumatra released this Sumatran slow loris back into the conservation forest between the borders of Karo Regency and Deli Serdang.
The Sumatran slow loris (Nycticebus coucang) is a wild animal protected by the biodiversity law of the Republic of Indonesia. ISCP greatly appreciates the efforts of the community to report the isolated loris incident to the North Sumatra BKSDA officers from the increasingly narrow habitat in the Tiga Juhar village plantation area with proper handling efforts so that it does not cause a negative impact for both the Sumatran slow loris itself and the community that owns the garden. around the village.
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