Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Tiger Wreck mistaken for Merapi, Apparently Dogs

The discovery of dead animals like tigers horrendous residents slopes of Merapi in Sleman.

Residents slopes of Merapi in Sleman, Yogyakarta yesterday, Wednesday, December 8, 2010, the discovery of carcasses suspected Tiger dihebohkan Merapi. Carcass was found floating in the dike residents Kali Kuning. Allegedly beast washed away cold lava.
Animal carcasses are then evacuated around 17:00 West Indonesia Time, then taken to the Natural Resources Conservation Center (BKSD) Yogyakarta to be investigated.
Confirmed, staff BKSD Special Region of Yogyakarta (DIY), Titis Sirdiyoso confirmed the findings.
"Last night we got there Leopard information found in the area of Kali Gendol," said Titis to VIVAnews, Thursday, December 9, 2010.
Conservation Hall was immediately sent a team to the location of the discovery. "The team checked with the section area of a field at about 22:00 pm, it was not the tiger's carcass, but the dog," he added.
When Merapi erupted last October and November, two-tailed Tiger Merapi down the mountain. They allegedly can not stand the stinging air Merapi. Never mind the food, water them too hard to find.
The beast was seen by residents near the hamlet Candibinangun, Pakem district, Sleman regency, Yogyakarta. Some had burns on the feet and covered with ash Merapi.

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