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Reviewing Animal Use on Television Programs with Broadcasting Companies of West Java

PROFAUNA Indonesia's advisory board member, Dr. Herlina Agustin, talked in front of tens of journalists about animal use in television programs in Bandung, l

Pangolin in Perils: Heinous Myth and Threats

The largest wildlife trafficking involving pangolins took place in 2008 in Palembang, South Sumatera, where the authority seized 14 tons of frozen pangolins from a warehouse. The raid was suspected to be closely connected to other smuggling attempts foiled during that time in Vietnam, as local authorities believed that the pangolins came from Indonesia.

Anti-Wildlife Poaching Campaign in Muara Gembong Mangroves

PROFAUNA Indonesia held a series of education activities, bringing up "Stop Poaching in Muara Gembong Mangroves" in Bekasi

HOT NEWS: Sight of Javan Tiger in Mt. Arjuno Went Viral

For the past few days, social media has been rattled by a photo of what was claimed to be a Javan Tiger, which roamed the forest around Mt. Arjuno, East Java.

Illegal Wildlife Trade Worths Billion Rupiah, PROFAUNA Demands Better Law Enforcement

The rampant practice of illegal wildlife trade and weak law enforcement urges Protection of Forest & Fauna (PROFAUNA) Indonesia to continue the campaign against wildlife trade. 

Lack of Concern Drives Wild Cats and Bornean Civet to Extinction

Borneo is home for many endemic carnivores, more than any other islands in Indonesia, comes second after Madagascar. Sadly, half of those carnivores are globally endangered.


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