I'm so grateful life gave me the opportunity to meet man's closest relatve the urangutan.
In my opinion the only real difference between them and us humans is that they don't speak.
But they seem to be OK even if they don't 😊
They are so intelligent that they have the ability to use tools in order to find food and to build nests. Also they have cultural differences according to the area they live. Urangutans in Sumatra have different behavioral patterns than the ones in Borneo.
They are endangered species and there are only 10000 of them remaining. Imagine the whole humanity fitting in the corner of a football stadium . That's their number.
The real threaten for their existence is not ofcourse other jungle predators but their closest relatives. We.
Noone cares for them and their survival depends solely on individual donations.
Factories like "OREO" are destroying the rainforests where they live in order to produce the necessary oil for their biscuits so you can find them in your local minimarket.
I pray for them and for the future of the world we are living
Saat saat santai bersama sahabat, menikmati kuliner ditempat tempat favorit Medan, traveling ke famous Danau Toba walaupun gagal nyebrang karena hujan deras dan berkabut, ngopi bareng di Kedai Kopi yang selalu ramai pengunjung, ngomongin masa depan penerbangan Indonesia dan nggak pernah bosan mampir ke durian Ucok yang legitnya luar biasa 😍☺ #northsumatra @faisal_riza_s.sos_mm @sidik51 @iinkharisma_mirza2008
I really wouldn't mind dipping into this wonderful pool again and enjoy the gorgeous views of the cliff sides emerging from beautiful Lake Toba.
This picture is from Samosir Island, an island in the middle of largest volcanic lake in the world, Lake Toba, which is again situated on Sumatra in Indonesia. So, it's an island in a lake on an island in the ocean.
Samosir Island has an incredibly laid-back vibe so it's the perfect place to really just chill out, hang loose, and enjoy the stunning scenery.
Mengeksplor Sumatra dengan mengunjungi habitat asli Orang Utan yang hanya ada 2 di Indonesia (satunya lagi di Kalimantan). Masuk ke dalam hutannya berasa lagi di Taman Safari alami dengan monyet, siamang, orang utan yang happily bergantungan dari satu pohon ke pohon lainnya 😍
Definetely a place worth to visit in North Sumatra.
most of the pictures nebeng dari HP super kece 15 jutanya sis @adelinehasan 😌
Dan Allah menjadikan bagimu tempat bernaung dari apa yang telah Dia ciptakan, dan Dia jadikan bagimu tempat-tempat tinggal di gunung-gunung, dan Dia jadikan bagimu pakaian yang memeliharamu dari panas dan pakaian (baju besi) yang memelihara kamu dalam peperangan. Demikianlah Allah menyempurnakan ni`mat-Nya atasmu agar kamu berserah diri (kepada-Nya)”. (QS. An Nahl 81
Jangan bersedih karena skenario Allah itu lebih Indah🙂
Banyak belajar lewat bapak" hebat ini ..
Pesennya kepada saya >> kalo pengen berubah : Harus Punya Mau dulu #mauajadulu 😁
Semakin luar biasa ya pak Tim nya & lancarrr ,lajunya makin merokett !!!
Tuhan Yesus Memberkati 🙏
Trimakasih banyak ya Pak'e....
H@H@H@ Yg ga bosen" selalu tanya kepadaku soal kapann..... Kapann.....Dan kapaaaan.....????
😛😛🙈🙈 jadi Juru foto 📷
Happy Friday, everyone! This picture might not be of an exotic rainforest critter, but it's still from tropical Sumatra! The picture is from Bukit Lawang, which is entry point to Gunung Leuser rainforest.
I really wouldn't mind switching the dark, cold winter weather in Copenhagen for steamy Indonesia. By the way, "Bintang" means "star" in Indonesian. It's the national beer of the country and it's delicious.
The most amazing part of my trip was meeting pak Dharma and his family and crew from the organisation #natureforchange . They have a super inspiring philosophy about empowering the community to live in harmony with nature and wildlife. They welcomed us to their beautiful village, took us trekking, camping and swimming in the river, looked after us during a flash flood and cooked amazing food the whole time. I'm also obsessed with the family canine, called Doggie!
On a 3-day trek into the Gunung Leuser National Park in North Sumatra, I stumpled upon this ginger-haired beauty, the Sumatran Orangutan. This adult female was swinging in the lianas as we were walking by.
The word "Orangutan" is actually derived from Malay and means "person of the forest", and it's not hard to see why. We were incredibly lucky to see several orangutans on our trek, which is not a given. This is one of the few places where you can actually see Orangutans in their own, wild habitat.
Sadly, the Sumatran Orangutan is critically endangered as its close relative, the Bornean Orangutan. It's mostly due to habitat destruction caused by palm oil cultivation and the illegal pet trade.
We were walking through the forest when we heard trees shaking and saw a big ball of orange fur between the leaves🌿 I am so happy that I got to see this huge male orangutan in the wild 🐵one of the best moments in Sumatra with @staywildtiger