Inspired by call of the wild to save Mother Nature


PETALING JAYA: The call of a gibbon in the Borneo jungle was a sign that former resort employee Daniel Quilter would play a bigger role in protecting the environment.

Seeing the primate on the boardwalk at Sukau Rainforest Resort in Sabah was a rare and incredible sight for Quilter, and it made him realise that he had to pursue his ambition.

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