Friday, March 7, 2014

Indonesian wildlife is now Already Extinct

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources ( IUCN ) has released a range of Indonesian species that have been officially declared extinct . Of course it is we as a society blindly Indonesia shame because it could not establish the existence of these animals . Here are some of the endangered species which has now been declared extinct .
(see also: pakan burung)

Javan tiger

Javan tiger ( Panthera tigris sondaica ) is one of the endangered species declared extinct in the 1980s due to agricultural land clearing and hunting animals . There is a possibility of the extinction of these animals Javanese began in the 1950s when the Javan tiger tail only just found 25 . In 1979 , the only remaining tiger as much as 3 tails . However , there is also a small possibility that this star is actually mentioned yet extinct . In the 1990s there were reports of these animals is not known although the truth .

Javan tiger has a smaller body size compared with other types of tigers . Male tiger weighs 100-141 kg and a length of 2.43 meters , while the female has a lighter weight 75-115 kg and its size is shorter .

 bali tiger

Bali tiger ( Panthera tigris balica ) is a type of tiger is the smallest of the three subspecies . Final extinction of the Bali tiger is very tragic , where his last tiger was shot in 1925 and also declared extinct subspecies and also on 27 September 1937 . The cause of this extinction because forests are considered slight , small islands , and the population is also not much at that time .

pheasants double striped (see also: pakan burung kacer)

Argus striped double ( Argusianus bipunctatus ) is a species of bird which is believed to live in Indonesia precisely in Java and Sumatra . This beast has the same genus with Argus King ( Argusianus argus ) . Although it was never found , but his description is based on feathers identified in London in 1871 . IUCN finally decided to enter the animal extinct status .


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