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Malaysia is not short of parks and wildlife reserves but are these sites being managed for conservation or have they merely been turned into new destinations for mass tourism?
Over the years, man has been forcing the orang utan out of its habitat and the population of this primate began to shrink. But thanks to the Sarawak Government, the Batang Ai National Park and the Lanjak-Entimau Wildlife Reserve have been set aside for the fast disappearing anthropoid.
After a difficult economic year, the spirited Tiger embodies the drive towards better things.
YOKOHAMA, Japan: Sarawak has voiced its concern over the ever-changing requirements imposed by many importers on the entry of tropical timber into their countries.
KUCHING: The country’s heads of missions are urged to assist Sarawak in clarifying the misconception surrounding forestry, conservation and oil palm cultivation in the state highlighted by Western non- governmental organisations (NGOs).