In Indonesia, the number of critically endangered species are increasing, with the new addition of the Sumatran elephant. This group of species that are critically endangered includes the Sumatran orangutan, the Javan, the Sumatran rhinos and the Sumatran tigers. In my opinion, this shows how poorly the Indonesian government is doing to protect the environment and the habitats of these endangered species, which actually disrupts the whole ecosystem out in the wildlife. Their habitat are constantly used for agricultural plantations or for deforestation, which unknowingly destroyed the important habitat of this Sumatran elephant. If this goes on, these elephants can be extinct in less than 30 years. I feel that the result of such a tragedy is also due to the rapid deforestation by the paper industries or the oil palm plantations. This will also upset the balance of nature and result in a butterfly effect, which ends up causing harm to the humans in the end.