Increasing human and animal conflict has resulted in the deaths of at least 17 elephants in 2012 mostly from suspected poisoning according to Indonesian wildlife authorities classified as critically endangered, fewer than 3,000 Sumatran elephants remain in the wild, according to the
Karo tribesmen seen busy while removing bones from a family funeral yard to be moved. On the other hand, their eyes are very alert to the volcanic activity of Sinabung volcano. That morning as many as 7 out of 10 graves have
The last works of Sutanta Aditya for Greenpeace Indonesia.