PIDM adopts five sun bears


Helping hand: A rescued sun bear at the BSBCC. It’s believed that there are fewer sun bears than orang utan left in the wild. — Photo by BSBCC

PETALING JAYA: Wildlife conservation in the country has received a boost with five sun bears at the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre (BSBCC) in Sandakan being adopted.

The year-long commitment by Malaysia Deposit Insurance Corporation (PIDM) is in support of Chief BerUang, which is featured in a series of animated videos produced by PIDM as part of its “Financial Resilience Campaign”.

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