Implement plans to protect wildlife


ACCORDING to the “Malaysia Forest Information and Data” report published by Mongabay, a non-profit environmental science and conservation news platform, Malaysia lost an average of 96,000 hectares or 0.43% of forest per year between 1990 and 2010.

In total, Malaysia lost 8.6% of its forest cover, or around 1,920,000 hectares, within a span of 20 years.

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