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Elephant herd helps researchers identify new sanctuaries

KOTA KINABALU: A herd of elephants is helping researchers identify areas that need to be set aside as wildlife forest corridors in Sabahs lower Kinabatangan region.


Conservation boost for pygmy elephants in Sabah

KOTA KINABALU: Efforts to establish forest corridors along the lower Kinabatangan region - where isolated groups of wildlife are under threat - have received a boost with the recent collaring of five Borneo pygmy elephants.


The viability of animal crossings in Malaysia

A research project looks at whether wildlife crossings work.


Up close with the Dutchman

Conservationists are hard at work to sustain the Borneon proboscis monkey.


Ageela gets a new collar

KOTA KINABALU: Ageela, a female Borneo pygmy elephant, was the latest to be fitted with a satellite collar in an ongoing effort to study the social behavior of these pachyderms.


Rare Borneo pygmy elephant dies after 2-week struggle

KOTA KINABALU: An endangered Borneo pygmy elephant lost its struggle for survival after it was rescued two weeks ago.


Tracking Sabah jumbos

KOTA KINABALU: A Bornean pygmy elephant has been fitted with a satellite collar as conservationists took another step towards mapping out a wildlife corridor in the Lower Kinaba-tangan Wildlife Sanctuary.


Weak Borneo pygmy elephant rescued in oil palm plantation

KOTA KINABALU: A weak and dehydrated young female Borneo pygmy elephant was rescued in an oil palm plantation on Sabah's east coast amidst renewed calls by a wildlife expert for the creation of forest corridors.


Bornean pygmy elephant gets satellite collar

KOTA KINABALU: A Bornean pygmy elephant was fitted with a satellite collar as conservationist took another step towards mapping out a wildlife corridor in the Lower Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary.


Jumbo research takes off

Three Bornean Elephantshave been fitted with satellitecollars over the past week inKinabatangan, marking the beginningof the first study of their socialstructure.