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Big clean-up in Kudat

KOTA KINABALU: A community clean-up in the northern Kudat district is an eye-opener for the folk there, not only in the amount of trash collected but also where the garbage originated from.

Volunteers cleaning up a beach in the gotong-royong programme in Kudat.

Critical threat to iconic species

A letter from WWF-MALAYSIA, Petaling Jaya.

Six outstanding individuals receive prestigious Merdeka Awards

KUALA LUMPUR: Six distinguished individuals who made outstanding and lasting contributions to the nation and the people of Malaysia were recipients of the prestigious 2017 Merdeka Awards here Monday night.

Clamp down on illegal wildlife parts trade, say groups

PETALING JAYA: The rising cases of Malaysia being a transit point for the illegal wildlife parts trade is serious and has far-reaching consequences including animal extinction in the region.

WWF Malaysia: Concerted effort needed against illegal wildlife trade

KOTA KINABALU: The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Malaysia is urging state and federal agencies and departments to work together to put a halt to the illegal wildlife trade.

WWF to gather vital data on the habitats of orang utan

MIRI: WWF-Malaysia is to carry out a survey on the habitats of orang utan in the northern Sarawak-Kalimantan-Sabah border.

A filepic of an orangutan in Heart of Borneo jungle.

Event highlights plight of country’s tigers

IT WAS a day of learning and awareness about tigers for many people as they took part in various activities in conjunction with Global Tiger Day at Bulatan Amanjaya in Meru, last weekend.

Children checking out some of the signatures on a whiteboard at one of the booths during the event. — Photos: T. AVINESHWARAN and WWF-Malaysia

Royal Belum park roars for ‘fading’ tigers

IPOH: The Royal Belum State Park in Perak will be designated as a key recovery and conservation area for tigers, which are facing extinction from poaching in the country.

Royal Belum park - Filepic

An artistic bid to save Malayan tiger

THE pride of our nation and national animal, the Malayan tiger, is on the brink of extinction.

A Maybank exhibition staff member sporting tiger face-painting seen with Azaikmal‘s life-like painting, titles ‘The Watcher‘. — Photos: P. NATHAN/ The Star

Raising eco awareness in schools

MELAKA: The state government is embarking on the Eco-Schools 2017 programme to raise awareness on the importance of protecting the environment among students.

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