Groups seek more passages for animals to cross roads

KEMAMAN, 6 Feb -- Anggota polis memeriksa bangkai harimau belang yang mati dirempuh sebuah kenderaan pelbagai guna (MPV) di Kilometer 321.2, Lebuhraya Pantai Timur Fasa 2 menghala ke Kuala Terengganu awal pagi tadi.Kejadian berlaku kira-kira pukul 1 pagi ketika spesies terancam itudipercayai cuba melintasi lebuh raya sebelum dilanggar MPV yang sedang menghala ke Kuala Terengganu.Bangkai itu akan diserahkan kepada Jabatan Perhilitan negeri untuk tindakan lanjut.-- fotoBERNAMA (2016) HAK CIPTA TERPELIHARA

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s roads are not safe enough for animals to cross and more infrastructure is needed to help them do so, green groups said.

Their warnings came after a tiger was killed on a highway yesterday.

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