Leuser rainforest: The elephant men of Bener Meriah
A group of local men are the only thing that stands in the way of human-elephant conflict in a heavily deforested area on the border of the Leuser rainforest.
This is a series about the animals of Indonesia's Leuser rainforest and the people trying to save them. Leuser is one of the most biodiverse places on earth.
Part four of a five part series.
- Will Sumatra's elephants go extinct?
- Baby orangutans rescued from pet trade
- 'I've killed hundreds of endangered birds'
- Orangutan 'shot 62 times' in Indonesia
Filmed, edited and produced by Charlotte Pamment
Reporter: Mehulika Sitepu, BBC Indonesia
Additional production support by Shinta Retnani
30 Apr 2019