Malaysians aghast over culling of 20 dusky langurs


SEREMBAN: Malaysians are aghast over the culling of some 20 dusky langurs in Port Dickson and are demanding answers from the authorities.

Animal lovers and wildlife experts have decried the decision allegedly taken by officers from the Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) to cull them, arguing that other methods should have been employed to deal with the primates which were not known to be aggressive.

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