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Sumatran Tiger Ice

Two Sumatran tiger cubs died between the ice after the rare animals seized from suspected smuggling by Ranger Quick Reaction Force, in Medan, Indonesia.

Hysterical

A woman hysterical when fire burning her home in riverside settlements in Medan, Indonesia.

West Sumatra Erthquake

Car stricken by buildings were collapsed after 7.6 magnitude earthquake hit West Sumatra, Indonesia on September 30, 2009.

Fire Smoke

Black smoke filled the sky from a fire incident PT Sinar Jaya Perkasa factory in Kamal Raya Street, Kalideres, West Jakarta, Indonesia. The incident killing 4 of 200 employees worker.

Tsunami Hit Mentawai

An earthquake measuring 7.2 on the Richter Scale struck the waves with the District of South Pagai, Mentawai Islands on October 25, 2010. Incident was not only eliminate the family and relatives but vice versa. One family was reunited after being apart for 20 years. By Sutanta Aditya The Tsunami reached 448 people and lost […]

The Dead of Wild Sumatran Elephant

INDONESIA : A villager closes his nose as he stands next to a dead elephant at Serba Jadi sub-district in East Aceh, Aceh province, on December 10, 2010. Three endangered Sumatran elephants have been found dead after their herd rampaged through a village in western Indonesia, a conservationist and officials said. The cause of the […]

The Boat Man of Sunda Kelapa

A man sit down at a boat in Sunda Kelapa – Jakarta, Indonesia on Juny 24, 2012. 

The Coral Beach

The boy surver walking on the Sorake coral beach in Nias Islands, Indonesia.

Pangolins Endangered

  INDONESIA, SUMATRA: A rescued baby pangolin is released in the forest by government wildlife and conservation officer in Karo district located in North Sumatra province on July 31, 2012 after Indonesian police intercepted 85 endangered pangolins, most of them alive despite being stuffed into sacks by suspected smugglers. The animals, also known as scaly […]

  • Sutanta Aditya photojournalism works be Grand Prize Winner in shot for sustainability of environmentalism photo awards by National Geographic and Temasekseen.

    Leo, an orphaned baby Sumatran orang utan, clings to a veterinarian from the Sumatran Orang-utan Conservation Programme (SOCP) at a Reintroduction Centre in the Jantho Pine Forest Nature Reserve in Aceh.

    Due to increasing habitat loss and fragmentation, orang-utan populations are in rapid decline in both Sumatra and Borneo.

    The SOCP aims to establish new populations of the species at its two Reintroduction Centres.

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    A Link From STraitstimes

  • Leo, an orphaned baby Sumatran orang utan, clings to a veterinarian from the Sumatran Orang Utan Conservation Programme (SOCP) at a Reintroduction Centre in the Jantho Pine Forest Nature Reserve in Aceh.

    Due to increasing habitat loss and fragmentation, orang utan populations are in rapid decline in both Sumatra and Borneo.

    The SOCP aims to establish new populations of the species at its two Reintroduction Centres.

    Shoot For Sustainability By National Geographic Asia And Temasekseen

  • Sutanta Aditya works about wild Sumatran Orang-utan and human conflicts inside the ecosystem Leuser were published at @BILD of Politik page side. With the Editor: Kathrin Bruch @delafracture@axelspringer_se & Dennis Yenmez.

     

    Sumatran Orangutan At Bild.de

  • These shocking pictures reveal how monkeys are tortured and abused as they are forced to perform on the streets of Indonesia. The animals are chained up by the neck and forced to walk on stilts to entertain passers-by in the city of Medan, the fourth-largest in the country.

    Street Monkey Mask By The Times UK

  • These shocking pictures reveal how monkeys are tortured and abused as they are forced to perform on the streets of Indonesia

    The animals are chained up by the neck and forced to walk on stilts to entertain passers-by in the city of Medan, the fourth-largest in the country. 

    In the distressing pictures the monkeys are brought out to wear bizarre costumes, grotesque face masks and ride miniature motorcycles around the streets. 

    Behind-the-scenes images also reveal the animals’ horrible living conditions, kept in dark cages with the chains still around their necks.

    The animals’ handlers are seen treating them roughly, picking them up by their hands and feet and leaving them lying on the dirty ground. 

    ‘Monkey Mask’ Controversy

July 1st, 2019

A Link From STraitstimes

Sutanta Aditya photojournalism works be Grand Prize Winner in shot for sustainability of environmentalism photo awards by National Geographic and Temasekseen. Leo, an orphaned baby Sumatran orang utan, clings to a veterinarian from the Sumatran Orang-utan Conservation Programme (SOCP) at a Reintroduction Centre in the Jantho Pine Forest Nature Reserve in Aceh. Due to increasing […]

June 30th, 2019

Shoot For Sustainability By National Geographic Asia And Temasekseen

Leo, an orphaned baby Sumatran orang utan, clings to a veterinarian from the Sumatran Orang Utan Conservation Programme (SOCP) at a Reintroduction Centre in the Jantho Pine Forest Nature Reserve in Aceh. Due to increasing habitat loss and fragmentation, orang utan populations are in rapid decline in both Sumatra and Borneo. The SOCP aims to […]

March 8th, 2019

Sumatran Orangutan At Bild.de

Sutanta Aditya works about wild Sumatran Orang-utan and human conflicts inside the ecosystem Leuser were published at @BILD of Politik page side. With the Editor: Kathrin Bruch @delafracture@axelspringer_se & Dennis Yenmez.  

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