SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER

by ISCP (Indonesian Species Conservation Program)
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SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER

When The Commemoration of Foresters' Day Ceremony is different from the previous years. When North Sumatra foresters were celebrating their devotional day 18/3/2009, there were a Universtithy student who came and voluntarily handed over one individual Slow Loris to the Nature Conservation Agency of North Sumatra (BBKSDA_SU).According of her confession, she has been cared for 3 months and the slow loris gave to her from her friends with bad condition..

ISCP Coordination with BKSDA of North Sumatra to rehabilitated it at ISCP center and then together with Plumploris tim make medical check up,meisuring the body,weight it ,sexing,teeth check and others standard check up before put her to the enclosure.The Slow Loris was female and estimate age is 2 years. ISCP many said Thank you to BKSDA of North Sumatra,Plumploris Team Marcel Stawinoga ,Ingo Klopenburg and all Slow Loris Supporters arround the world through GlobalGiving individual donors.

Warm regards

Rudianto Sembiring

Project leader

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Selma, a female slow loris who was rescued 1 month ago by BKSDA and ISCP when Selma was handed over by a villager in Sibolangit district. She was tied with ropes and kept as pets. Her neck was injured, but after examination and medical treatment, healed during rehabilitation at ISCP. Selma's behavior was monitored in a pre-release enclosure manually and also through camera traps that were good and healthy again.

And the 3 male slow lorises we named with the North Sumatra BKSDA, namely: Kuat, Hotman and Panut were rehabilitated at the BKSDA TWA Animal Rescue Center (PPS) Sibolangit. The male 2 male slow loris was handed over from Binjai City, 1 male individual from Bukit lawang village via the Call Center, Quick Response of the North Sumatra Natural Resources Conservation Center (BKSDA-SU) and 1 individual woman handed over the rehabilitated Sala Bulan villagers at Yayasan ISCP rehabilitation center

And yesterday on March 5, 1920 after 4 slow lorises were marked by inserting a microchip, they were safely released back into the wild, in the forests of Sumatra.

We would like to thank the North Sumatra BKSDA and all our individual donors from GlobalGiving which we did not mention one by one and also all the supporters and friends of Kukang ISCP.

In fundraising in GlobalGiving we are still asking for donation xx support from friends so that we can immediately develop the clinic at the ISCP Sumatran Slow Loris rehabilitation center.

Thank you and greetings from us
ISCP Admin


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On January 11 ,2019 the ISCP member directly live report for the animal trackficking from police office and here is bellow the report: A Special North Sumatra Regional Police Criminal Director Major commissioner Rony Samtana revealed on Wednesday (1/8/2019) at around 20:30 Pm, Paluh Manan Village, Hamparan Perak Sub District, Deliserdang District, Team IV Sub-Directorate of Criminal Investigation at North Sumatra Regional Police together with the the Nature Conservation Agency of North Sumatra (BKSDA) do disguises and make appointments with suspect Mr A (Arbain). To the officer, he claimed that selling wild animals had been running for 6 months using a fake Facebook account using the initials KS (woman name inisial). "Suspects also joined the community Facebook account for buying and selling all types of Medan animals trades to buyers," he explained. Until now, suspect A sells animals with the type of 3 babies of Silvery lutung/Silvered Leaf-monkey(Trachypithecus cristatus) 3 babies of Leopard Cats (Felis Bengalensis), 3 babies of Changeable Hawk-eagle(Nisaetus cirrhatus), Monkeys, Squirrels ,civets and deliver these animals by using Gojek Services, marketing of Medan Animal and its surroundings. To Police the suspected claimed to use a girl's name on her Facebook account so that many netizens responded to every photo of the wildlife he posted and then offer to buy it. Warm regards

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One individual Slowloris (Nycticebus coucang) who was voluntarily handed over by residents to North Sumatra BKSDA in July 2018 then told ISCP to be rehabilitated  and the ISCP & team Plumploris gave his name Liz, before being released it was now in good condition, healthy and ready to be released home, namely its habitat in the wild.

In September the ISCP team has checked all the health or medical check-ups and currently ISCP is just waiting for the final completion of the release the Slow loris which is we put for awhile in pra release cage that just finish building by ISCP team and Aussie Angels with enrichment that resembles their habitat in nature by planting several types of feed plants in the pre-release cage.

If there is no obstacle the ISCP team plans to release Liz later in the middle or end of November 2018.

In particular, we say thank you for all the slow loris friends in Indonesiaand from overseas who continue to support and play a role in helping us to preserve the Sumatran slow loris by still being a donor in our fundraising at GlobalGiving fundraising with tittle fund raising "We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices"

Besides helping donations, you can also take part in saving the slow loris by spreading this message. Invite the people closest to you not to be part of the slow loris trade chain by not buying and not make them as pets.

Best regards, Sincerely yours
Rudianto Sembiring (Project leader)

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Medan, 12 September 2018 - The Operational Team of the Sumatra Region KLHK Ministry of Environment and Forestry, arrested an online animal trafficker. The perpetrator with the initials HG (28) was arrested on Jl. Besar Namorambe, Serong Market, Delitua Village, Kec. Namorambe, Kab. Deli Serdang at 12:15 on September 12, 2018. Evidence that was secured at Mako SPORC Leopards Brigade Section I Region, namely 4 (four) slow lorises, 4 (four) Silver leaf mongkeys and 2 (two) long-tailed monkeys. This operation begins with ISCP information and other NGOs that there is someone who sells protected animals online. Based on this information the Team followed up by carrying out a hand arrest (OTT) operation. Based on the statement of the perpetrators, the animals were obtained in the Sibiru-Biru area of Deli Serdang by installing nets in fruiting trees. After being arrested, the perpetrator stores and trades these animals online. The actor acknowledged that the animal was also traded in front of his house. This action has already been done by selling animals of lorises and langurs to unknown people. Head of the Sumatra Region Ministry of Environment and Forestry Office, Edward Sembiring, confirmed that the Actor would be charged under Article 40 paragraph (2) jo Article 21 paragraph (2) letter a of Law 5 of 1990 concerning KSDAE Jo PP 7 of 1999 concerning Preservation of Plants and Animals with threat of a maximum sentence of 5 (five) years and a maximum fine of 100 million rupiah. Thank you ... and please support and help donate friends so that the completeness of the animal medical equipment at the ISCP center can be realized immediately ...

warm regards

ISCP Local team

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Location: Medan - Indonesia
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Medan, North Sumatra Indonesia
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