Pangolins – docile animals with a thick armor – are indigenous to parts of Southeast Asia and Africa and are the world’s most trafficked mammal
PEKANBARU, Indonesia (Oct. 29, 2017) — Indonesian authorities have seized more than 100 pangolins, all of them alive, an official said Wednesday, October 25, a haul of the critically endangered species that conservationists estimate to be worth about $1.5 million. Continue reading Indonesia seizes 101 pangolins on fishing boat→
An Indonesian research institute says it had found one positive Zika case on Sumatra Island
JAKARTA, Indonesia (Feb. 1, 2016) — An Indonesian research institute said Sunday, January 31, it had found one positive Zika case on Sumatra island, adding that the virus has been circulating in the country “for a while”.