Sunday, January 29, 2017

keindahan dan binatang (Beauty and The beast)

Buaya merupakan karnivora yang dikenal sebagai binatang pemakan daging, dan sangat ditakuti oleh manusia. Habitat buaya ini tersebar secara luas di benua Australia. Namun, meski binatang ini tergolong berbahaya bagi manusia, di Australia justru sebaliknya yakni mempertahankan sejumlah populasi besar buaya dan kelompok masyarakat disana dapat hidup tanpa bermusuhan. Ada beberapa tanda larangan dipasang agar tidak terjadi malapetaka bagi manusia. Ya sebuah dilema, tempat yang sangat indah namun harus berhati-hati.

Crocodiles are carnivores known as meat-eating animals, and greatly feared by humans. Habitat of crocodile spread widely in the Australian continent. However, despite these animals considered as a dangerous to humans, contrarily in Australia an effort to maintain large population of crocodiles and communities can live there without enmity. There are some prohibiting signs installed to avoid a catastrophe for humanity. Yes of course this is a dilemma, when a very beautiful place to enjoy, but must aware and careful.

tanda-larangan
Beach Sign By Kaitlyn Elizabeth nelson

Sydney – Setelah bertahun-tahun dilindungi supaya tidak punah, Australia mau meningkatkan ekspor buaya pada tahun ini. Sebab, langkah proteksi tersebut berhasil membuat populasinya bertambah. Berdasarkan Rencana Manajemen Perdagangan Satwa Liar Buaya Air Asin atau WTMP yang berlaku awal 2016, pemerintah negara bagian Teritori Utara Australia ingin meningkatkan perdagangan produk-produk buaya, termasuk kulitnya. “WTMP mendukung pertumbuhan industri dengan mengizinkan batas atas penangkapan tahunan sebanyak 90.000 telur layak tetas dan 1.200 ekor buaya,” ujar Menteri Manajemen Sumber Daya Lahan Australia Willem Westra van Holthe dalam pernyataan tertulis (Sumber : Berita Satu.Com)

Sydney - After years of being protected to avoid extinction, Australia will increase crocodiles export this year. Therefore, protection that already implemented is keeping the crocodiles population increases. Based on plan by Management of Wildlife saltwater crocodile Trade or WTP implemented early in 2016, the state government of the Northern Territory of Australia intended to increase crocodile products trade  , including the skin. "WTMP supports the growth of industry by allowing the annual catch limit of 90,000 viable eggs hatching and 1,200 crocodiles," said Minister of Land Resources Management Australia Willem Westra van Holthe in a written statement (Source: News Satu.Com)

"Dia Akan Baik-baik Saja (She'll be alright)" Kaitlyn Elizabeth nelson
Article by Ketut Rudi
Ilustration and quote by Kaitlyn Elizabeth nelson @ Broome Australia

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