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Imposing their neighbors in Central Java – Borobudur beautiful, with its seductive tale of rediscovery after centuries lost, the strange, the mysterious Phantom of Prambanan Hindu – has often overshadowed the charm of the temples of East Java.

Kinney try to set the record straight and give the East Java miracles of their history and culture for this very detailed, richly illustrated and fascinating book.

It is the construction of temples in a historical context, including the entry and development of Buddhism and Hinduism in Java, which describes the unique features of the temple architecture of the great East Javanese kingdoms Kediri, and Singosari Majapahit. It also speculates on the causes of “Reversal of Fortune” that led to the temples of Central Java have a more prominent place in modern scholars.



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Burung Trulek atau Plirik atau Truwok adalah sejenis burung air yang kebanyakan hidupnya ada didaerah sekitar sungai atau danau. Trulek (Vanellus macropterus) saat ini sudah sangat jarang bisa kita temui di manapun. Burung endemik pulau jawa ini pernah dikategorikan kritis populasinya oleh IUCN, tetapi untuk saat ini bisa dikatakan sudah cenderung punah.
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Imposing their neighbors in Central Java – Borobudur beautiful, with its seductive tale of rediscovery after centuries lost, the strange, the mysterious Phantom of Prambanan Hindu – has often overshadowed the charm of the temples of East Java.

Kinney try to set the record straight and give the East Java miracles of their history and culture for this very detailed, richly illustrated and fascinating book.

It is the construction of temples in a historical context, including the entry and development of Buddhism and Hinduism in Java, which describes the unique features of the temple architecture of the great East Javanese kingdoms Kediri, and Singosari Majapahit. It also speculates on the causes of “Reversal of Fortune” that led to the temples of Central Java have a more prominent place in modern scholars.



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Results of the study report, “Raiders of the lost bark: orangutan foraging strategies in a degraded landscape,” were published. The authors of a study of Canterbury, United Kingdom, “Deforestation is rapid growth in landscapes dominated by humans. So, environmentalists need to understand how different taxa respond and adapt to these changes to develop appropriate management strategies. “

“Our two years of study seeks to determine how wild orangutans in Sumatra (Pongo abelii) adjust to life in a remote landscape agroforestry Raiders cultures by examining the gender demographics of the population, and their temporal changes in feeding behavior and diet composition. From focal animal samples, we found that nine females laid RAID fruit grown more than the four men. Seasonal adjustments have been shown through the orangutan eating habits, which changed from being mainly based on fruit (56% of total feeding time to bark 22%) to the bark of fallback foods (44% and 35% fruit), when the key resources such as cultivated jackfruit (Artocarpus integer), was unavailable. grown fruit was consumed mostly in the afternoon and evening, when the farmers returned home.

“The observation that female take greater risks than mail raid crops is different from previous human studies in primates of conflict, probably due to the low risk (such as farmers rarely reacted) and low intraspecific competition between males. Thus, behavioral ecology of orangutans living in this male-dominated landscape is markedly different from the lower forest where wild orangutans are strictly diet, even if the primary rainforest directly on the borders of cultivated fields. The importance of the availability of wild foods was clearly described in this study, 21% of the total power orangutans were destined to feed on cultivated fruits. Forests are always converted to the cultivation, humans and orangutans are designed to be tackled more frequently, ” wrote G. Campbell-Smith and colleagues, University of Kent.

Campbell-Smith and colleagues published the results of their research in Plos One (Raiders of the lost bark: orangutan foraging strategies in a degraded landscape. Plos One, 2011;6(6):e20962).

The researchers concluded: “This study reveals orangutan adaptations for coexisting with humans, e.g. changes in temporal foraging patterns, which should be used for guiding the development of specific human-wildlife conflict mitigation strategies to lessen future crop-raiding and conflicts.”
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