Sutanta Aditya available for Sinabung volcano in one decade prolonged eruption photo reporting assignment.
Peat land on fire during haze disaster in South Sumatra province, Indonesia. Photo by Sutanta Aditya
Breathing deeply then heaved oxygen slowly, among the breeze that slapped the face slowly and smoothly. Instantly I tried to touch the warm ground, then looked at the blue sky. Opening the tradition of migration which is now better known as one
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
By Sutanta Aditya supported by internationalphotomag.com Based on data from the proliferation of conflicts between protected wildlife, especially wild elephants and the Sumatran Orangutan with humans continue to occur. Based on data from WWF-Indonesia study shows that the population of Sumatran elephants