Wildlife explorer programme for kids


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KEMAMAN: A total of 88 participants took part in the “Wildlife Explorer” programme, an educational event organised by the Turtle Conservation Society of Malaysia (TCS).

Hosted by the Taman Rekreasi dan Zoo Kemaman (TRZK), and supported by Lions Clubs of Kemaman and Kuantan, the programme targeted 12-year-old pupils to expose them to some of the endangered wildlife in Malaysia.

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