Rare bird spotted at reserve

Unusual sighting: The Crested Argus Pheasant, one of the world’s largest, was sighted for the first time in decades near Taman Negara in Terengganu. - Perhilitan

PETALING JAYA: One of the world’s largest and rarest pheasants have been spotted in Malaysia after it was last seen in the 1990s.

The Crested Argus Pheasant – or the kuang gunung – was sighted for the first time in decades outside of Taman Negara in Terengganu.

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