On August 16, following up on the report by ISCP-YPKSI volunteers to BKSDA Aceh resort 7 Takengon that there were villagers trying to sell 3 individual slow lorises that had been caught or hunted from the forest, and for that ISCP-YPKSI volunteers forwarded the report to BKSDA Aceh officers, and on On the same date, August 2023, BKSDA officers confiscated/rescued the pangolin accompanied by ISCP volunteers.
Because the three slow lorises were still healthy and wild, Wildlife officers authorithy accompanied by ISCP volunteers immediately released them to the protected forest area in Central Aceh because the animals were in an aggressive and healthy condition.
1 individu Slow Loris rescued and released in Aceh
By Rudianto Sembiring | project leader
Based on information from ISCP volunteers where a villager took care of 1 individual male Sumatran slow loris for several weeks in Lampahan Barat village,Central Aceh district on Wednesday 12 April 2023 and then the information was forwarded to the Bksda section of the Central Aceh region, then the Bksda officer for the Central Aceh region confiscated the slow loris on Thursday 13 April 2023. The slow lorises are still healthy and wild and have not been kept in the care of the villagers for a long time, the Sumatran slow loris is released into the wild again in a forest area far from human settlements.
We said thank you to the Aceh Bksda officers, ISCP volunteers,all wildlife Org and also people who care about wildlife conservation.
On Saturday February 4,2023 the East Aceh BBKSDA has confiscated 1 male slow loris from a villager in Village of kemuning hulu,Bireun sub district east Aceh and ue to the fact that the confiscated slow loris has not been kept by residents for a long time and is still wild, after a medical examination the male Sumatran slow loris was finally released back to the wild on the same day in the afternoon (February 4,2023 on 18.20 Pm) in its natural habitat in the East Aceh conservation forest.
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