Sumatra: Fate Of Yandicoming May 2019

JAKARTA, INDONESIA – A baby orangutan found in a suitcase in Bali airport several months ago returned to its home island of Sumatra on Monday.

  1. Spare a thought for the protagonist of recently released point and click game Sumatra: Fate Of Yandi. You wouldn’t want to be in a game where the title ominously promises to spell out your fate, particularly if it's premised on being swept away by a landslide and needing to find your way back home through a jungle.
  2. What about the fate of the fauna that lives and reproduces in nature like that forest? Is this one of the important issues for the government to think about the problems of human life in the future. For this reason, this article will discuss the impact and facts about Sumatran Rainforest, in Indonesia you need to know: 1.

Directed by Shaun Aitcheson. A logger is caught in a terrible landslide, stranding him deep in the Indonesian jungle. Join him on his quest to find his best friend and coworker Ramdan, and return home to his beloved Adiratna in this old-school point-&-click adventure.

Bonbon will be admitted to a rehabilitation facility before being released into the wild again.

The little ape, who is about 3 years old, will be transferred to the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme (SOCP), in the province of North Sumatra, Prawono Meruanto, spokesperson for the Natural Resources Conservation Agency in Bali, said in a statement.

Veterinarians and biologists from the environmental organization will take care of Bonbon until it can survive in the jungle, Meruanto added.

Customs officials at Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport in March found Bonbon in the suitcase of a Russian Andrei Zhestkov who was also carrying two geckos and five lizards as he attempted to board a flight to his home country.

The orangutan has spent the last nine months at the Bali Safari zoo, while the Indonesian authorities decided whether to return the simian to Sumatra or Borneo, the only two islands with populations of this species.

The Russian citizen was sentenced by a Bali court in July to one year in prison and to pay a fine of 10 million rupiahs ($710) for smuggling of protected species.

Zhestkov had said that he was intending to raise the ape as a pet.

The maximum penalty in these cases is five years prison and a 100 million rupiah fine ($7,128).

According to the convict, another Russian handed him the primate after purchasing it in a street market in the center of the island of Java for $3,000.

Poaching is one of myriad threats orangutans face.

Often poachers capture mothers and their babies to sell on the young but the parent ape is frequently killed.

Conflicts between apes and farmers have increased due to deforestation.

The habitat orangutans inhabit has been steadily encroached to clear lands for palm oil plantation and infrastructure development projects.

The Indonesian government says 71,640 orangutans live on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo, which Indonesia shares with Malaysia and Brunei but populations are declining, according to a government report published in 2017.EFE-EPA

JAKARTA, INDONESIA – A baby orangutan found in a suitcase in Bali airport several months ago returned to its home island of Sumatra on Monday.

Bonbon will be admitted to a rehabilitation facility before being released into the wild again.

The little ape, who is about 3 years old, will be transferred to the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme (SOCP), in the province of North Sumatra, Prawono Meruanto, spokesperson for the Natural Resources Conservation Agency in Bali, said in a statement.

Veterinarians and biologists from the environmental organization will take care of Bonbon until it can survive in the jungle, Meruanto added.

Customs officials at Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport in March found Bonbon in the suitcase of a Russian Andrei Zhestkov who was also carrying two geckos and five lizards as he attempted to board a flight to his home country.

The orangutan has spent the last nine months at the Bali Safari zoo, while the Indonesian authorities decided whether to return the simian to Sumatra or Borneo, the only two islands with populations of this species.

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The Russian citizen was sentenced by a Bali court in July to one year in prison and to pay a fine of 10 million rupiahs ($710) for smuggling of protected species.

Zhestkov had said that he was intending to raise the ape as a pet.

The maximum penalty in these cases is five years prison and a 100 million rupiah fine ($7,128).

According to the convict, another Russian handed him the primate after purchasing it in a street market in the center of the island of Java for $3,000.

Poaching is one of myriad threats orangutans face.

Often poachers capture mothers and their babies to sell on the young but the parent ape is frequently killed.

Conflicts between apes and farmers have increased due to deforestation.

The habitat orangutans inhabit has been steadily encroached to clear lands for palm oil plantation and infrastructure development projects.

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The Indonesian government says 71,640 orangutans live on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo, which Indonesia shares with Malaysia and Brunei but populations are declining, according to a government report published in 2017.EFE-EPA