The Ugly Truth of Accidental Animal Abuse

lionEnjoy my new article in The Jakarta Post on June 10, 2016: http://www.thejakartapost.com/life/2016/06/10/the-ugly-truth-of-accidental-animal-abuse.html

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The Ugly Truth of Accidental Animal Abuse

It all started with a small misunderstanding. A father and son spotted a bison calf lying in the middle of the road at Yellowstone National Park, and decided that it looked “cold”.

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Sumatran Rhino: Finding Hope In the Verge of Obsolescence

rhino2My second article published at The Jakarta Post on Tuesday, April 26, 2016. It’s a back to back article with the previous one.

You can find the link here: http://www.thejakartapost.com/youth/2016/04/26/sumatran-rhino-finding-hope-in-the-verge-of-obsolescence.html

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Sumatran rhino: Finding Hope in the Verge of Obsolescence

Some great news shook the whole world as the International Rhino Foundation announced that Ratu — which means queen in Indonesian — was pregnant with her second calf and was scheduled to give birth soon in the first week of May.

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Sumatran Rhino: A Real Threat of Extinction in Sight

rhinoMy article was published in The Jakarta Post on Wednesday, April 20, 2016.

You can find the link in here: http://www.thejakartapost.com/youth/2016/04/20/sumatran-rhino-a-real-threat-of-extinction-in-sight.html

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Sumatran Rhino: A Real Threat of Extinction In Sight

About a month ago, an extremely rare ten-year-old female Sumatran rhino was captured in East Kalimantan province through a pit trap.

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