Posts Tagged ‘Sumatra’

News from the Indonesia

iLCP Associate Fellow Paul Hilton has published two new articles on conservation efforts in Indonesia. His first article, Sumatra’s Orang-utans: Chocolate’s Road to Freedom, follows the story of Chocolate and his journey from captivity with traders to his eventual release back into the wild. –“We arrive at the release site and head straight over to […]

Pangolin Prison – Part II

May 05, 2015 09:17 PM
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iLCP Fellow Paul Hilton assists at the incineration of 5 tons of pangolins slaughtered by poachers in Sumatra.

Pangolin Prison

May 05, 2015 09:12 PM
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iLCP Fellow Paul Hilton documents the bust of a massive pangolin smuggling operation in Sumatra.

Orangutan Rescue in the Land of the Chainsaw

As oil palm plantations continue devastating Indonesia’s rainforests, animals like the orangutan are left with ever-decreasing, and impoverished habitats, threatening their survival.