‘Vital to conserve Batu Caves’

Sultan Sharafuddin (left) and Barlow during MNS’ anniversary dinner.

THE Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) has identified Batu Caves as an area of great importance for conservation.

“Batu Caves is of great importance to all of us because of its biodiversity as well as its cultural, scientific, recreational and aesthetic values. However, the limestone hill remains poorly protected and the management is fragmented,” said MNS honorary member Datuk Henry Barlow in his speech at MNS’ 76th anniversary.

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Environment , Central Region , MNS , Henry Barlow


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