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Forests outside protected areas in Lower Kinabatangan vital to save endangered species

KOTA KINABALU: Environmentalists are calling for the conservation and rehabilitation of forests outside of protected areas in the Lower Kinabatangan home to a wide range of endangered species in Sabah.

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Video released to show need to protect wonders of Ulu Muda

A VIDEO that illustrates the importance on the need to save the Ulu Muda forest in Kedah has been released.

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Plea to save at risk species

KOTA KINABALU: Wildlife rangers will double efforts to get plantation owners in Sabah to work with them to prevent further killings or injuring of the state’s critically endangered pygmy elephants.

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Need investigators to end killing of endangered species

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah needs professional investigators and informers to stop the killing and poaching of endangered species in the state.

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People-centric manifesto for the Silver State

A plethora of initiatives, schemes and plans, under its general election manifesto, will be implemented by Perak Barisan Nasional if they retain the state.

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Volunteers clean up turtle nesting beach

KUCHING: Volunteers from the Sarawak Eco-Warriors did their part for the environment by cleaning up a turtle nesting beach on Talang-Talang Besar island.

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MNS Johor approves of shoot-on-sight policy

JOHOR BARU: Drastic action like having a shoot-on-sight policy against poachers will help save and protect Malaysian wildlife, said Malaysian Nature Society Johor chairman Vincent Chow.

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Shooting may not be the answer

CITIZENS have mixed reactions to the shoot-on-sight policy suggestion for wildlife poachers to protect the Malayan tigers.

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Giving wildlife a helping hand

In a bid to prevent wildlife deaths on roads, a group known as Langur Project Penang (LPP) has built Malaysia’s first urban wildlife ‘canopy bridge’ to help them cross the road safely in Teluk Bahang.

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Call to protect and conserve endangered species

JOHOR BARU: There are six types of primates in the wild in Johor, with two now on the endangered species list due to poaching, deforestation and human wildlife conflict.