Sambar deer facing extinction in peninsula, says study


PETALING JAYA: The sambar deer is faced with extinction, with environmentalists calling for the animal to be declared an endangered species.

According to a paper by four leading Malaysia-based wildlife experts, the sambar (Rusa unicolor) is facing habitat loss from development and deforestation as well as constant poaching.

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