New study shows need to re-strategise orang utan conservation approach

KOTA KINABALU: A recent study says there is a need to re-strategise orang utan conservation approaches as some measures proved to be more effective than others.

It found that in order to avoid orang utan extinction, investment should be directed to the basics of nature conservation - namely habitat protection and working with local communities to reduce threats, such as killing and capture.

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