• Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Water pollution in central Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • A man cleans himself on a boat in the port area of northern Jakarta. Many in the capital suffer from infectious diseases caused by poor <br />
sanitation and other unhealthy living conditions. In Indonesia , 50,000 people per year die as a result of poor sanitation.
  • CHINA. Hubei Province. Wuhan. A Chimpanzee hides in the back of an enclosure in Wuhan zoo. In many of China's 'second-tier' cities, away from the modern zoos in the megacities of Beijing and Shanghai, hide a plethora of smaller unknown zoos. In these zoos, what can only be described as animal abuse is subtly taking place in the form of deprivation of light, space, sanitation and social contact with other animals. Living in awful conditions, these animals spend there days entertaining tourists who seem oblivious to the animals' plight and squalid existence. 2008.
  • CHINA. Hubei Province. Wuhan. A crocodilian in an enclosure in Wuhan zoo. In many of China's 'second-tier' cities, away from the modern zoos in the megacities of Beijing and Shanghai, hide a plethora of smaller unknown zoos. In these zoos, what can only be described as animal abuse is subtly taking place in the form of deprivation of light, space, sanitation and social contact with other animals. Living in awful conditions, these animals spend there days entertaining tourists who seem oblivious to the animals' plight and squalid existence. 2008..
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