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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

An artistic bid to save Malayan tiger

THE pride of our nation and national animal, the Malayan tiger, is on the brink of extinction.