Still in the condition of the COVID-19 pandemic and also the difficult financial condition of the ISCP financial operation at the moment, but our warrior Sumatran Slow loris rescue fighters, both ISCP volunteers and BKSDA Aceh,BKSDA North Sumatra and others wildlife volunteers continue to struggle to save the Sumatran slow loris from Illegal maintenance of slow lorises in Aceh ... This following with the report of ISCP members to BKSDA Aceh before , and today on June 8, 2020.three individual slow lorises in 2 different locations were confiscated by BKSDA Aceh together with members of the ISCP in Aceh. After the BKSDA Aceh with the ISCP team examined the slow loris healthy condition, have complete teeth and are still wild, on the same day at exactly 22.00 Pm in the evening the 3 slow lorises are returned to their homes in the Aceh forest conservation area safely.release Sumatran Slow Loris
Every year, not less than hundreds or even thousands of individual Sumatran slow loris (Nycticebus coucang) are the object of hunting to be traded as pets, materials or mythical media for traditional medicine. Not a few of them eventually died at the hands of hunters, traders and even keepers Slow loris as a pets. This crime chain takes not only slow lorises from their home, but also cruel processes that are injured, teeth are forced to be pulled out and made into pets, and their body parts are used as a mediator tool for traditional medicine which is only a myth and commercially traded through social media, in fact all of that medicine from Slow loris body is just a myth.
From year to year since the ISCP Sumatran Loris Rehabilitation Center was established at the end of 2016, ISCP together with the North Sumatra and Aceh BKSDA have released more than 75 Sumatran Slow lorises into the wild from animal confiscation and animal trafficking. The rescue of the Sumatran slow loris and other wildlife carried out Indonesia Species Conservation Program (ISCP) in North Sumatra, Aceh and other Sumatra regions continues to increase and many of them are in poor health when they are found, for example experiencing malnutrition, eye pain and tooth decay and so on.
Thank you for#GoodPeople for helping them get back and get a second chance to get their life back in the wild. Also thank You to all are donors and saviors of Sumatran slow lorises to save Sumatran Slow loris from various protections.
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