Black day for animal lovers in Malaysia (Graphic Content)


  • Nation
  • Monday, 25 Dec 2017

An endangered sun bear was butchered into multiple pieces and sold as exotic meat at the Lubok Antu local market in Sarawak. - WONG SIEW TE.

PETALING JAYA: Christmas Eve was a black day for Malaysian wildlife as three separate cases involving the gruesome deaths of two endangered sun bears and a tapir went viral on social media.

In Kuching, a villager shopping at a local market got a rude shock when she saw a sun bear slaughtered into pieces and sold openly as exotic meat.

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