Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Kirno, a 15 year old male orangutan which is the Central Java Concervation Agency spoils of owners who abandon moved from the quarantine enclosure to an artificial island in Zoo Animal Park Taru Jurug, Solo, Central Java, Thursday, July 18, 2013. The relocation process conducted by the Center of Orangutan Protection (COP) are running without problems. Starting removed from the cage after anesthetized and examined in detail the condition of his body to be brought to the island

 Readiness and alertness of the officers of the COP to assess whole body Kirno of weighing the body, measure the circumference of the head, taking blood samples, checking teeth, fingerprints until the plant micro chip done quickly.

The transfer was done so Kirno can experience life as original
habitat but still within the zoo. In the past eight months earlier, Kirno taken to Taman Satwa Taru Jurug in unhealty conditions. His body was covered with wounds and festering until stinging stench of his body weight is not ideal and other deplorable conditions experienced by Kirno when caged owners in Pati, Central Java, some time earlier

 After being treated well by officers gardens Kirno the animals were healthy, considered
regular adapt to new environments in the form of an artificial island in the middle of the lake Taman Satwa Taru Jurug

Monday, August 19, 2013

2013, Nature , 2nd prize singles , Ali Lutfi

05 December 2012
Solo, Indonesia
A long-tailed macaque, wearing patchwork clothing and a doll’s head, performs in Solo, Central Java. The monkeys are generally purchased at an animal market and trained to carry out such activities as walking on stilts, riding bicycles, or simply begging.
Once a popular children’s entertainment in villages, performing monkeys are increasingly becoming a feature of life in the city, where their minders use them to earn money from waiting motorists at traffic intersections. A monkey can bring in around €4 a day. 
Macaques are not endangered, but concerns have been raised about the welfare of performing animals, particularly as numbers in cities increase.

Thursday, November 29, 2012


BALANCE CONTROL--A number of residents, riding motor cycle and bicycle across a suspension bridge that connects the Plempungan village and Suro village in Karanganyar, Central Java, on Monday, November 26, 2012. The bridge is actually a aqueduct for irrigation purposes made ​​by the Dutch colonial government, at the initiative of the citizens were given a wooden board so that it can be passed person to condense the road. 

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Indonesian marine soldier try save a dog from volcanic ash in Bawukan village, Klaten, Central Java.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

People run from the hot as from Merapi mountain at Sidorejo Village, Klaten, Central Java.
Cycling race on the dust from Merapi volcano.
Sky diving competition, at Adi Sumarmo Air Port, Solo