Vigilance needed to save our tigers


THE Wildlife Conservation Society Malaysia (WCS) would like to congratulate the authorities on the recent arrest of six suspects in Pahang linked to the wildlife trade.

One of these suspects was found with the skull and bones of a tiger, which is a totally protected species under the Wildlife Conservation (Amendment) Act 2022.

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