Clampdown on poachers in Sabah forests


KOTA KINABALU: Forestry and Wildlife officials are on the hunt for poachers in forest reserves along Sabah’s east coast, where there has been a recent spike in encroachments.

Sabah Forestry director Datuk Sam Mannan said illegal hunters were making a beeline for forest reserves where wildlife such as wild boar, payau and deer thrive.

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