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Since his elephant Ramu died last week, a distraught Dharanidhar Bhumiz has been unable to sleep. Ramu was one of three bull elephants Bhumiz kept in the dusty village of Da Pam, 170km north of Guwahati, in north-eastern India. He died after breaking his hind leg and suffered a severe bout of a parasitic infection.
Getting farmers not to rear livestock near jungle edges may be the key to protecting wild tigers, writes MICHELE LIAN.
The return of the tin mining industry to the Kinta Valley is good news for tin miners, but it is not so for the Kinta Nature Park bird sanctuary here.
Extinct in the wild for nearly half a century, the Green peafowl is being given another chance in the peninsula, thanks to a re-introduction programme supported by the World Pheasant Association. HILARY CHIEW reports.
Combating the often-shady wildlife trade calls for a great deal of guts, ingenuity and proactive action. StarWeekend finds out how nature conservation group WildAid#8217;s dynamic and hard-line style paves the way in wildlife protection.
WE were advised not to expect flamingos, parrots or ostriches.
Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad returned to the village in Kedah where it had all begun for him as a politician. But it was not just a trip back to the past given the way the former Prime Minister articulated issues close to his heart, writes JOCELINE TAN who was in Kedah.