Yogyakarta – The method for illegal wild animals trafficking is getting more advanced along with technology developments. One of the most common method is by using Facebook or online advertising. Facebook is the easiest communication tool between sellers to trade protected or non-protected wild animals. Mostly, sellers will create a closed communication group to promote and trade wild animals.Read More›
Coinciding with their 8th anniversary, the Centre for Orangutan Protection (COP) launched the APE Warrior 2 car to replace APE Warrior. The APE Warrior vehicle has been retired after 5 years of roaming around Java, Sumatra and Bali. APE Warrior was originally called the Mobile Education Unit (MECU) and was based at COP headquarters in Jakarta. However, the COP ultimately needed to expand it to become a separate team like APE Crusader and APE Defender in Kalimantan. Physically, the APE Warrior 2 vehicle (a 2500 cc Ford Everest) is more powerful than its predecessor (a 1500 cc Toyota Rush). Subsequently, its power can be equated with the other vehicles (2500 cc Mitsubishi Tritons) that are being used in Kalimantan.
Time flies. It’s been 8 years now we fight crimes against orangutans. We save animal’s life everyday, together, in the front lines.
Let’s celebrate this. Make it as your profile picture.
Waktu berlalu cepat. Tak terasa sudah 8 tahun kita melawan kejahatan terhadap orangutan. Kita menyelamatkan nyawa satwa setiap hari, bersama, di garis depan. Mari kita rayakan ini. Jadikan foto profilmu.