Wildlife at risk in Borneo

A Malay civet found in Ulu Segama Forest Reserve, Sabah.

KOTA KINABALU: Diminishing habitats as well as climate change is posing a serious risk to Borneo cats and small carnivores.

According to a study carried out by an international research team, the conservation status of the carnivores is particularly worrying.

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Metro , Southern Eastern Region , habitat


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