Saturday, March 29, 2008
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Friday, March 14, 2008
it was 8:00 am and was taken after climbing the Gurungbaru volcano in Lombok Island. To be able to see this light you must sleep on the top of the crown the night before, or just climb it all night long, so clouds appear over 10:00am, and there will be no way to see the fantastic views of the crater neither the whole island. I climb it all night long with moonlight. I really recomend this option. It is hard, but is magical.
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Thursday, March 13, 2008
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Sunday, March 09, 2008
SUKUH TEMPLE Located at Mount Lawu, Central Java, Indonesia, identified built on 1437 and after more than 5 centuries here is a part of its beautifulness.
Expression of one stone statue at the Main yard of SUKUH TEMPLE, Karangpandan, Central Java, Indonesia.
Friday, March 07, 2008
I found this old lady selling traditional food in Blitar Train Station, East Java, Indonesia.
This old lady sells pecel Blitar (a traditional Indonesian food). She also sells "snail sate". It is actually a sad portrait of Indonesia. She probably only makes no more than 1 US dollar per day. According to her, she has sold the food in Blitar train station since more than 40 years ago.
Thursday, March 06, 2008
Wednesday, March 05, 2008
The population of the Sumatra tiger, or Panthera tigris sumatrae, is estimated to be less than 500, Ng said. It is classified as critically endangered on the IUCN-World Conservation Union's list of the world's most-threatened species.
"Successive surveys continue to show that Sumatran tigers are being sold body part by body part into extinction", said Susan Lieberman, Director of WWF International's Species Programme.
"This is an enforcement crisis," Lieberman told DPA. "If Indonesian authorities need enforcement help from the international community they should ask for it. If not, they should demonstrate they are taking enforcement seriously."
Tonny Soehartono, director for biodiversity conservation at the Indonesian ministry of forestry, said efforts were being made to deal with the illgal wildlife trade.
"We have to deal with the trade. Currently we are facing many other crucial problems which, unfortunately, are causing the decline of Sumatran Tiger populations," Soehartono said.
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono pledged a 10-year effort to protect the Sumatran tiger during last year's conference on climate change in Bali Island.
Sumatra's remaining few tigers are also under threat from rampant deforestation by the pulp and paper and palm oil industries. The report warned that "unless tackled immediately," the combined threats of habitat loss and illegal trade will be the "death knell" for Indonesian tigers. (*)
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02/13/08 12:01 Antara News (antara.co.id)