Prevent human-elephant conflicts, Johor urged


Vegetation destroyed in a village in Kota Tinggi after elephants entered to look for food.

JOHOR BARU: The state govern­ment must take measures to better protect areas where wildlife roam freely to prevent an escalation in human and animal conflicts in future.

Malaysian Nature Society vice-president Vincent Chow said there were several major areas in Johor which needed protection, the Panti and Lenggor forests in Kahang and Mersing, and Labis National Park.

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