Pearls of the Rajang River

The lesser adjutant stork looking for food along mangrove mudflats. Photo: The Star/Andrew Sia

The mighty Rajang River of Sarawak, the longest in Malaysia, has a wetlands area that is priceless for the people and the environment.

The river provides its surrounding human population with resources such as food and water, and services such as transportation, power generation, recreational activities, and jobs through tourism. But what is not so well known is that this river is home to the Irrawaddy dolphin.

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Pearls of the Rajang River


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