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Aug 22

Raising awareness for banteng, babirusa, anoa, and sumatran tiger with Action Indonesia Day at Ragunan Zoo


On August 18th 2019, the Action Indonesia Day event was held in Ragunan Zoo and was attended by 50 participants. This activity was held simultaneously in 50 institutions throughout the world in order to increase public awareness about 4 endemic species from Indonesia namely anoa, banteng, babirusa and sumatran tiger.

Participants got to learn about Global Species Management Plan from material from Dr. drh. Ligaya ITA Tumbelaka, SpMp. MSc, and then went to visit 4 animal enclosures, where zookeeper explain about the animals they took care of. Today's activity was closed with a bull and anoa mask coloring contest.










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