Short and Simple this week! Beautiful pictures from southern Asia for the soul, here. The article is from ALERT, the Alliance of Leading Environmental Researchers and Thinkers, and as they explain, “Rather than talk about the dire need for nature conservation, we’re going to share some images of the last place on Earth where Orangutans, Tigers, Elephants, and Rhinos still coexist — along with an abundance of other species — the Leuser Ecosystem of Indonesia.” And, Wow, wouldn’t it be good to keep it that way.
Every concerned person should go to ALERT‘s website and learn. And it would be wonderful if you would start to take action, starting with reading the information. Spend a few minutes at it.
“It’s important to remember what we’re fighting for — visit the Leuser Ecosystem and see the wonders of Sumatra’s imperiled nature (photo (c) Suprayudi). To learn more about the Leuser Ecosystem or help to save it, contact the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme or Forest, Nature and Environment of Aceh.”
NOTE: the internal pictures in this article are all from Viet Nam, a country basically without animals or birds except for some in two national parks. What a sad contrast! as far as I know, the animals that should be there have all been eaten. There are about 95,000,000 people in this tiny country