Volunteers release turtles and join in conservation efforts


Flex employees and volunteers planting the ambong-ambong trees.

AN initiative to protect the environment saw 58 volunteers taking part in a jungle trekking expedition, tree planting, rubbish collecting and turtle releasing activities at Pantai Kerachut in Penang National Park.

In conjunction with Malaysia’s National Environment Day which falls on Oct 21 every year, the volunteers joined a full-day programme aimed at conserving the environment.

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