Sabah's iconic banteng staring at extinction, says WWF Malaysia


Sabah's iconic banteng facing extinction - pix courtesy of WWF Malaysia.

KOTA KINABALU: Conservationists are raising the alarm so that urgent steps are taken to save the Borneo bantengs (wild cattles).

WWF Malaysia said that there were an estimated 326 banteng left in Sabah that would disappear if no efforts were made.

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