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Buku Cerita Anak Tentang Hutan Lingkungan Hidup

Buku Cerita Anak Tentang Hutan Lingkungan Hidup

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©©©©© Mei 2004

Perpustakaan Nasional: Katalog Dalam Terbitan (KDT)

MOLI AND TELSI II : buku cerita dan mewarnai : menyingkap
rahasia kehidupan hutan ropis / oleh Edy Hendras Wahyono. –
Jakarta : Conservation International Indonesia, 2004.
71 hal, : 279.4x215.9 cm. – (Buku seri cerita anak-anak)

ISBN 979 – 96837-5-0

I. Judul. II. Manullang. Barita O. III. Seri.

813 K

Ilustrasi/Illustration:

Anton Ario

Alih bahasa/Translater:

Ratna Sulastin
Michelle Wild

Editor:

Barita O. Manullang

Penyelaras Akhir:

Fachruddin Mangunjaya

Diterbitkan oleh:

Conservation International Indonesia
Jl. Pejaten Barat 16 A, Kemang
Jakarta 12550
Telp. 62-21-7883 8624/26

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UKU CERIT

UKU CERIT
UKU CERIT
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A DAN MEW
AN MEW

AN MEW
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AN MEWARN
ARN

ARN
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STORY AND COLOURING BOOK
STORY AND COLOURING BOOK

STORY AND COLOURING BOOK
STORY AND COLOURING BOOK
STORY AND COLOURING BOOK

Menyingkap Rahasia Kehidupan
Hutan Tropis

Unveiling the Secrets of Life
of the Tropical Rain Forest

Oleh/By :
Edy Hendras Wahyono
Conservation International
Indonesia

Seri Buku Cerita Untuk Anak
Story Book Series for Children

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A BEAUTIFUL MORNING
A BEAUTIFUL MORNING

A BEAUTIFUL MORNING
A BEAUTIFUL MORNING
A BEAUTIFUL MORNING
IN THE FOREST
IN THE FOREST

IN THE FOREST
IN THE FOREST
IN THE FOREST

One bright and clear morning, the birds were chirping
merrily. They were jumping from one branch to an-
other, as if they were playing with their friends.

The other animals did not want to be left out. The in-
sects, monkeys, squirrels and other mammals that are
active during the day, start to come out from their homes
to look for food.

The atmosphere of the forest at Bodogol Conservation
Education Centre (BCEC), which lies in the Gunung
Gede Pangrango National Park is very bright this mor-
ning. It lies approximately 800 metres above sea level,
with temperatures around 250

C; it is therefore not too
cold. The cool temperature gives an atmosphere of fresh-
ness for all activities in the forest.

The surrounding forest of BCEC is a tropical montane
forest, making it an ideal place for a variety of life,
whether it is flora or fauna.
This morning, Moli, a cute Javan Gibbon Hylobates

SUASANA P
SUASANA P

SUASANA P
SUASANA P
SUASANA PAGI Y
AGI Y

AGI Y
AGI Y
AGI YANG CERAH
ANG CERAH

ANG CERAH
ANG CERAH
ANG CERAH

DI HUT
DI HUT

DI HUT
DI HUT
DI HUTAN PPKAB
AN PPKAB

AN PPKAB
AN PPKAB
AN PPKAB

Pagi hari yang cerah. Suara burung berkicau riang
gembira. Mereka berloncat-loncatan dari dahan ke
dahan, seperti sedang bersendau gurau bersama teman-
temannya.

Satwa-satwa lain tak ketinggalan, serangga, monyet,
tupai ataupun mamalia yang hidup pada siang hari,
mulai keluar dari tempat tinggalnya untuk mencari
makan.

Suasana hutan di Pusat Pendidikan Konservasi Alam
Bodogol (PPKAB) yang berada dalam kawasan Taman
Nasional Gunung Gede Pangrango ini, sungguh cerah
di pagi hari ini. Berada pada ketinggian lebih kurang
800 meter di atas permukaan laut, dengan suhu udara
rata-rata antara 250

C tidaklah begitu dingin. Udara
yang sejuk memberikan suasana yang segar untuk
melakukan segala kegiatan di hutan.

Hutan di sekitar PPKAB, merupakan hutan hujan tropik
dengan tipe pegunungan, dan sangat ideal untuk hidup

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moloch , is lying lazily on a branch of a tall tree. Now
and then Moli sings with her beautiful voice. All ani-
mals can hear this song in the forest, including Moli's
friends. This song means that this is Moli's territory.

Telsi, the strong Javan Hawke-eagle Spizaetus bartelsi
is flying in the air. The spread of his wings reminds people
of the Garuda Pancasila Eagle, the symbol of the Re-
public of Indonesia. His voice is very loud to mark his
territory to his friends. It seems that Moli's voice is heard
by Telsi, who is flying above. They have been friends for
a long time. Telsi glides very fast, like a jet fighter, to the
tree where Moli is happily hanging from a branch.

berbagai kehidupan baik flora dan fauna.
Pagi ini Moli, owa Jawa (Hylobates moloch) yang lucu,
masih bermalas-malasan di dahan pohon yang tinggi.
Sesekali Moli menyuarakan suaranya yang merdu. Suara
ini terdengar oleh satwa yang ada di dalam rimba,
termasuk teman Moli. Suara ini mempunyai maksud atau
menandai bahwa di sini daerah kekuasaan Moli.

Sedangkan Telsi, elang Jawa (Spitazeus bartelsi) yang
perkasa, melayang-layang di angkasa. Rentangan
sayapnya mengingatkan sayap Burung Garuda
Pancasila yang menjadi lambang negara Republik In-
donesia. Dan suaranya yang keras menandakan
keberadaan elang itu terhadap kawannya.

Rupanya suara Moli terdengar oleh Telsi yang sedang
melayang-layang di angkasa. Mereka sudah bersahabat
lama. Telsi meluncur dengan cepat bagaikan pesawat
tempur yang melaju kencang ke arah pohon di mana
Moli sedang asyik bergantungan.

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MOLI'S FRIENDS
MOLI'S FRIENDS

MOLI'S FRIENDS
MOLI'S FRIENDS
MOLI'S FRIENDS
IN THE FOREST
IN THE FOREST

IN THE FOREST
IN THE FOREST
IN THE FOREST

"Good morning and welcome old friend, how are you?"
asks Moli, welcoming the arrival of Telsi who perches in
front of her.
"Fine, do we have any plans for today?" asks Telsi.
"Oh yes, today I am going for a walk with some friends
who want to learn the secrets of the tropical forest. Do
you want to come?" asks Moli of Telsi.
"Of course. I also want to learn from you about the
secrets of this forest, because until now, you are the
only one who knows, I only know about it from the sky,"
replies Telsi.
"Ok, then we go to Our Nature. Over there, our friends
are waiting for me as their environmental interpreter."
"Ok...," replies Telsi enthusiastically.

Introduction to the Secrets of Forest Life is the main
program at Our Nature or ALAM KITA.

Moli's friends who are living in the forest around the
Gunung Gede Pangrango National Park, apart from
Telsi, is Totol, the Javan leopard Panthera pardus who

KAWAN-KAWAN MOLI DI
KAWAN-KAWAN MOLI DI

KAWAN-KAWAN MOLI DI
KAWAN-KAWAN MOLI DI
KAWAN-KAWAN MOLI DI
HUT
HUT

HUT
HUT
HUTAN
AN

AN
AN
AN

"Selamat pagi dan selamat datang kawan lama, apa
khabar?", kata Moli menyambut kedatangan Telsi yang
bertengger di depannya.
"Baik-baik saja, bagaimana apakah hari ini kita punya
rencana?", kata Telsi.
"Oh, iya hari ini saya akan berjalan-jalan bersama
kawan-kawan kita yang ingin belajar tentang rahasia
hutan tropis, kamu mau ikut?", ajak Moli kepada Telsi.
"Jelas dong, aku juga ingin belajar dari kamu tentang
rahasia hutan ini, karena selama ini kau yang tahu, dan
aku hanya tahu dari angkasa", jawab Telsi.
"Baiklah kalau begitu kita menuju ke ALAM KITA, di sana
kawan-kawan kita sudah menunggu saya, sebagai
pemandu alam".
"Oke .. " jawab Moli dengan penuh semangat.

Program pengenalan Rahasia Kehidupan Hutan Tropik
merupakan program utama di ALAM KITA.

Kawan Moli yang tinggal di hutan sekitar Taman
Nasional Gunung Gede, selain Telsi, ada si Totol, macan

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is an expert climber. There is also Surili, the grizzled leaf
eating monkey Presbytis comata that lives only in the
forest in West Java.

There is also Fasi, the long-tailed macaque Macaca
fascicularis , barking deer Muntiacus muntjak , Musang
or Palm Common Civet Paradoxurus hermaphroditus
and the greedy Piggy, the wild pig Sus scrofa who eats
most plants.

There are also Squirrel the clever jumper, forest fowl,
reticulated python, frog, Kubung - the flying squirrel,
bats and a few insects such as Tonggeret or cicada,
butterfly, beetle and dragonfly. All of them follow Moli
and listen to her explanation.

"Come on friends, the activity will start soon," yells Moli
to all her friends who have been waiting. All congregate
and listen to Moli's explanation about the program and
the route that they are going to take.

tutul (Panthera pardus) yang pandai memanjat. Ada surili
(Presbytis comata), lutung kelabu (Trachipithecus
cristatus) yang hanya hidup di hutan-hutan di Jawa
Barat. Ada monyet ekor panjang (Macaca fascicularis),
kijang (Muntiacus muntjak), si rakus babi hutan (Sus
scrofa) yang memakan berbagai tanaman, ada si pandai
meloncat tupai, si ayam hutan, ular sanca, kodok,
kubung - si tupai yang bisa terbang, kelelawar dan
beberapa serangga seperi tonggeret, kupu-kupu,
kumbang dan capung. Semuanya mengikuti dan
mendengarkan yang dijelaskan Moli.

"Ayo kawan-kawan semua, acara akan segera kita
mulai" seru Moli kepada semua sahabat hutan yang
sudah menunggu.

Semuanya berkumpul, mendengarkan penjelasan Moli
tentang program yang akan dijalankan serta rute
perjalanan yang akan ditempuh.

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DON'T THROW ANY RUBBISH
DON'T THROW ANY RUBBISH

DON'T THROW ANY RUBBISH
DON'T THROW ANY RUBBISH
DON'T THROW ANY RUBBISH
NOR ANY SEEDS
NOR ANY SEEDS

NOR ANY SEEDS
NOR ANY SEEDS
NOR ANY SEEDS

When they arrive at the information sign, Moli explains
the regulations such as: "Don't throw any rubbish in the
forest - Do not pick up or take any plant or wild animal
- It is forbidden to speak loudly because it will disturb
the animals; and You are not allowed to throw any seeds
into the forest."

"Moli, why are we not allowed to throw any seeds into
the forest?" asks Telsi with a very serious face because
of his inquisitiveness.
"It is like this, if we throw seeds that are not native to this
forest, we worry that the seeds will one day grow and
then the tree bears fruit. Then some animals might eat
the fruit and this will change the habits of the forest
animals," says Moli.
"In the forest we are not allowed to bring, or plant, any
non-native plants," Moli continues.

Therefore, Moli prepares a bag to keep the organic rub-
bish that can disintegrate and another for the inorganic
that cannot disintegrate naturally, such as plastic and

JANGAN BUANG SAMP
JANGAN BUANG SAMP

JANGAN BUANG SAMP
JANGAN BUANG SAMP
JANGAN BUANG SAMPAH
AH

AH
AH
AH

DAN BIJI
DAN BIJI

DAN BIJI
DAN BIJI
DAN BIJI

Sesampainya pada papan pengumuman, Moli
menjelaskan aturan yang berlaku seperti "Dilarang
membuang sampah di dalam hutan - Dilarang
mengambil atau membawa tumbuhan atau satwa liar -
Dilarang bersuara keras karena dapat mengganggu
satwa dan tidak diperkenankan membuang biji di dalam
kawasan hutan".

" Moli, apa maksudnya dilarang membuang biji di dalam
hutan", tanya Telsi dengan mimik yang serius karena
keingintahuannya.
" Begini, kalau kita membuang biji-bijian yang bukan
tanaman asli hutan ini, maka biji itu kelak akan tumbuh
dan kemudian berbuah. Tentu beberapa jenis satwa akan
memakannya. Akibatnya perilaku satwa akan berubah,
karena memakan buah yang tidak ada pada hutan ini"
kata Moli. "Sedangkan di dalam hutan ini kita tidak
dipekenankan membawa atau menanam tumbuhan
yang bukan asli hutan sini" lanjut Moli.
Oleh karena itu, Moli menyediakan kantong untuk
menyimpan sampah baik organik, yang dapat

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membusuk, atau anorganik yang sulit untuk
dihancurkan oleh alam, seperti plastik dan sebagainya.
Semua sampah akan dibuang di luar kawasan,
sedangkan yang organik akan dibuat kompos, untuk
pupuk tanaman.

Setelah mereka berdiskusi sejenak mengenai papan
pengumuman itu, mereka melanjutkan perjalananya di
Jalan Jalur Pendidikan yang sudah disiapkan.

so on. All inorganic rubbish will be recycled outside the
forest, while the organic rubbish will be composted to
fertilise plants

After their short discussion about the information sign,
they continue their tour along the Education Route.

10
10

10
10
10

STRANGLING FIG
STRANGLING FIG

STRANGLING FIG
STRANGLING FIG
STRANGLING FIG

Moli stands back from a Strangling Fig or Kiara Bodas,
which is a Ficus annulata. She tells the story of the
growth of this strangling fig and why it is called that.
At first an animal ate the fig's fruit such as a bird, bat, or
a primate. Not all seeds were digested. When the ani-
mal stopped at a branch or a fork of a tree, the scats
with undigested seeds dropped and stuck to the branch
or fork of the tree and the seeds grew.

The life of the fig had started. At first this young growth
took food from the scats rotted on the branch of the
host tree. Its roots started to grow towards the soil.
Once they had reached the soil, the tree started to get
bigger. To support the trunk that grew bigger this fig
held on tightly to its host. It grew bigger and bigger.
Eventually the host tree was strangled and died.

"This is not the end of the fig's story," says Moli. Then
Moli tells the story on how the fig obtained extra food.
After the host tree died and rotted away, there was a
hollow left in the middle. Many forest animals use it for
shelter, such as bats, birds, reptiles and others used this

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