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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.

Global Jaya Elementary Students Held Fundraising Event for PROFAUNA

 Students of the 5th grade of Global Jaya School, Jakarta, just held a fundraising event for PROFAUNA Indonesia.

PROFAUNA Sends Team to Assess Wildlife Affected by Mt.Bromo’s Eruption

In many cases of natural disaster like volcano eruption, affected wild animals often get into conflict with human if left untreated

Pora and Jalak enlisted to help Indonesian public understand the cruelty behind wildlife trafficking

ISAW will be enlisting the help of two wildlife friends to make it easier for younger audiences to picture the cruelty behind illegal wildlife trade.

Some Facts Behind Wildlife Trade: Ultimate Cruelty

Around 40% of traded wildlife species die during the process, started from distressing capture, meager transportation, tight cages, and insufficient food

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