WWF: Set up animal welfare centre


WWF-Malaysia executive director and chief executive officer Datuk Dr Dionysius Sharma explained that the hour has proven to be a significant way of arresting attention towards climate change and giving environmental initiatives gain momentum.

PETALING JAYA: An independently-run wildlife rescue and welfare centre should be established to help the Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) to care for seized animals in this country.

WWF-Malaysia chief executive officer Datuk Dr Dionysius Sharma (pic) said the setting up of such a centre would reduce the mortality rate of the seized animals.

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