Illegal logging and deforestation in Indonesia has reduced the orangutan population in the country by 80 percent over the last ten years. Currently, there are about 60,000 orangutans left in Indonesia.
Between 5 to 10 tigers are killed in Indonesia each year by poachers attempting to sell the tigers on the black market. According to conservation groups, a dead tiger can fetch up to $3,300 for the trafficker, or the equivalent of a yearly salary for an Indonesian worker.
Software piracy in Indonesia caused losses of $550 Million in 2008. In 2007, software piracy in the country causes losses of $411 Million.
A wildlife smuggler who poached a bear can sell the dead bear intact on the black market in Taiwan for $4,500.
Approximately 3.2 million people (1.5 percent of population) are drug abusers in Indonesia, with an average of 15,000 people dying annually from drug abuse.
The cost of buy a baby orangutan on the black market from wildlife traffickers in Indonesia.