New species found in Sabah


Bug spotting: An insect survey team conducting research in Tundon Bohangin.

KOTA KINABALU: Giant mudskippers and unidentified crabs are among the new animal species discovered in a mangrove forest along Sabah’s east coast.

Researchers in a scientific expedition to the Tundon Bohangin region believe they have stumbled across species of crabs that have yet to be recorded by science.

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