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A young vendor at the market in Fort de Kock, Indonesia, poses by her peppers, February 1930 | © W. Robert Moore | National Geographic

A young vendor at the market in Fort de Kock, Indonesia, poses by her peppers, February 1930

Seated villagers wave arms as they enact a play in front of a temple in Bali, Indonesia, 1969. Photograph by Donna and Gilbert M. Grosvenor, National Geographic Creative

natgeofound: “ Seated villagers wave arms as they enact a play in front of a temple in Bali, Indonesia, Photograph by Donna and Gilbert M.

A veterinary staff member of the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Program center conducts medical examinations on a 14-year-old male orangutan found with air gun metal pellets embedded in his body in Sibolangit district in northern Sumatra island.  (Sutanta Aditya/AFP/Getty Images

Daily Life: April 2014

Helping a friend A veterinary staff member of the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme center conducts medical examinations on April 2014 on a male orangutan found with air gun metal pellets embedded in his body.

An Indonesian woman plays a game on her tablet during a sermon on the first night of Ramadan at the Istiqlal mosque in Jakarta, on July 9, 2013  | AFP/Getty Images | © Adek Berry

MUSLIM FULL OF SHIT An Indonesian woman plays a game on her tablet during a sermon on the first night of Ramadan at the Istiqlal mosque in Jakarta, on July (Adek Berry/AFP/Getty Images)

SOY STAPLE: A worker drained and rinsed boiled soy beans at a small tempeh factory in Jakarta, Indonesia,  on July 12, 2013. Tempeh is an Indonesian staple made from fermented soy beans | © Ed Wray | Getty Images

Photos of the Day: July 12

SOY STAPLE: A worker drained and rinsed boiled soy beans at a small tempeh factory Friday in Jakarta, Indonesia. Tempeh is an Indonesian staple made from fermented soy beans. (Ed Wray/Getty Images)

VOLCANIC AFTERMATH: A man inspected the damage to a mosque in a village affected by the eruption of Mount Sinabung in Kuta Gugung, Indonesia on January 13, 2014. Mount Sinabung has sporadically erupted since September, forcing thousands of people who live nearby to flee their homes | © Binsar Bakkara | Associated Press

Photos of the Day: Jan. 13

VOLCANIC AFTERMATH: A man inspected the damage to a mosque in a village affected by the eruption of Mount Sinabung in Kuta Gugung, Indonesia on January 13, 2014. Mount Sinabung has sporadically erupted since September, forcing thousands of people who live nearby to flee their homes | © Binsar Bakkara | Associated Press

KABOOM! Mount Sinabung spewed smoke on Monday in North Sumatra, Indonesia. Mount Sinabung, which has been intermittently erupting since September, erupted eight times in just a few hours on November 17, 2013 | © Ulet Ifansasti | Getty Images

Photos of the Day: Nov. 25

Mount Sinabung spewed smoke on Monday in North Sumatra, Indonesia. Mount Sinabung, which has been intermittently erupting since September, erupted eight times in just a few hours on November 2013

A worker steps on scaffolding with a life rope at an apartment construction site in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Aug. 27 | © Tatan Syuflana | Associated Press

Daily life: August 2013

A worker steps on scaffolding with a life rope at an apartment construction site in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Aug.

BROKEN WINGS: A dead bird lay covered in ash from the erupting Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra, Indonesia on  January 14, 2014 | © Beawiharta | Reuters

Photos of the Day: Jan. 14

Beawiharta/Reuters BROKEN WINGS: A dead bird lay covered in ash from the erupting Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra, Indonesia, Tuesday.

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