Pangolins in Sabah need help


Nature lovers: Pang posing together with the Natural History Publications (Borneo) Managing Director Datuk C.L. Chan (left) and Phillipps at the book launch in Kota Kinabalu. At the launch, Pang also urged groups to help save the pangolin (inset).

KOTA KINABALU: The state government needs help from animal conservationists and those with in-depth knowledge of pangolins to save the animal.

“So far in Sabah, we do not have bodies or organisations that focus on helping the conservation and rescue of pangolins,” said Tourism, Culture and Environment assistant minister Datuk Pang Yuk Ming.

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