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Borneo pygmy elephant in Oregon Zoo expecting a calf

KOTA KINABALU: The only Borneo pygmy elephant in a North American zoo is pregnant.

Malaysian palm oil industry sets replanting programme

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil industry players are making concerted efforts towards replanting oil palm trees together with the Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC), says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok Suh Sim.

Stranded elephant calf to be in captive care for now

KOTA KINABALU: Wildlife veterinarians looking after a stranded week-old Borneo pygmy elephant at a plantation in Tawau have decided to bring it into captive care to treat severe infections.

Rangers trying to reunite baby elephant with mother

KOTA KINABALU: Wildlife Rescue Unit (WRU) rangers are trying to reunite a baby Borneo pygmy elephant, which strayed into a plantation in Tawau, with its mother.

Research centre to help maintain the Imbak Canyon Conservation Area

Located in Ulu Kinabatangan, right in the heart of Sabah, the Imbak Canyon Conservation Area has been carved out by Sungai Imbak over thousands of years.

Dame Judi Dench arrives in Sabah for BBC documentary

Oscar-winner Dame Judi Dench is about to have an adventure exploring Danum Valley in Sabah for a documentary, along with filmmaker Anthony Geffen.

Rescued Pygmy elephant succumbs to injuries from snare trap

KOTA KINABALU: The Borneo Pygmy elephant rescued in Taliwas, Lahad Datu last week, has succumbed to his injuries a day after being translocated to the Borneon Elephant Sanctuary (BES) in Kinabatangan.

Injured pygmy elephant recovering well

KOTA KINABALU: An endangered Borneo pygmy elephant rescued from Sabah's east coast is recovering from the injury sustained when its foot was caught in a snare trap.

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