Little opportunity left to save Malayan tigers, says conservation group

  • Nation
  • Friday, 28 Jan 2022

KUALA LUMPUR: There is only a small window of opportunity left to save the highly endangered Malayan tiger species and conservation efforts should not be in the hands of the government alone, said the Tiger Protection Society of Malaysia (Rimau).

Its president, Lara Ariffin said as such, Rimau was playing its part to save what was left of the less than 150 endemic species that could only be found in Malaysia, by working together with various stakeholders to stop poaching activities in Royal Belum State Park in Gerik, Perak.

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