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Sumatran Tigers Get New Members

Helloindonesia.id – The Kinantan City Animal and Cultural Park Conservation Society of Bukittinggi apparently got a new member at the end of last year. Because a pair of Sumatran Tiger children (Panthera Tigris Sondaica) was born in that place on Sunday, December 16, 2018 ago around 07:00 WIB. The Sumatran Tiger children are each male […]

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Komodo, The Oldest Indonesian Ancient Animals

Helloindonesia.id – Komodo is one of the ancient animals that are still alive in Indonesia, or more precisely currently only in Indonesia. Komodo dragons are animals that are quite large and quite dangerous for humans. This Komodo dragon lives on one island with the name Komodo Island. and the following is a more in-depth explanation […]

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Hornbill bird, Dayak Tribe Bird

Helloindonesia.id – This bird has other names such as Hornbills, Julang, Year Birds, and also Cages. In English it is called Hornbill which is a type of bird that has a beak shaped like a cow’s horn but without a circle. Generally the hornbills are brightly colored. Hornbills are included in the family Bucerotidae which […]

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Orangutans, Native Indonesian Primates

Helloindonesia.id – Orangutans or Pongo pigmaeus are primates that only exist in Indonesia. In Indonesia alone, these animals only live in Kalimantan and Sumatra. Therefore, these primates are usually distinguished into Sumatran orangutans, Bornean orangutans, Tapanuli orangutans. Bornean orangutans have a larger body shape than Sumatra. While the Tapanuli orangutan is a newly discovered species […]

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The fate of one-horned Javan Rhino on Mount Anak Krakatau

Helloindonesia.id – Mount Anak Krakatau eruption which caused a tsunami in the Sunda Strait on Saturday, December 22, 2018 also swept a part of the Ujung Kulon National Park (TNUK) area in Pandeglang Regency, Banten. Two national park officials including the dead. They were carried away while a number of TNUK office and ship buildings […]

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