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There is hope for Malaysia's environment

By MELVIN GUMAL

Operation Jungle Book: Animal anguish in America

Operation Jungle Book by the US Fish and Wildlife Department reveals some of the animals smuggled into California and the scale of wildlife trafficking.

Saving the world’s largest butterfly

An example of how the oil palm industry has set aside some land and funds to conserve a magnificent but endangered creature.

Palm oil is popular in Asia for a number of reasons... some of them nutritional

While we certainly shouldn’t consume too much of it, this popular cooking oil does offer certain benefits when it comes to food and nutrition.

Don’t cheat gibbons of their right to live in the wild

It is unlawful to keep pet gibbons and the illegal pet trade is getting many of these small apes killed.

Newly discovered orangutans already face extinction

The newly discovered Tapanuli orang utan is a breakthrough that requires our concerted conservation efforts.

Perak’s 5 promises to save forests and tigers

Declaration on Royal Belum is a promise from Perak state government wtih support of Prince Charles to conserve and protect the forests and tigers here

Rescued green sea turtle gets love and honey on Hainan island

Pang Pang, a turtle on Hainan island, gets lots of tender care. Hopefully the species can recover after years of hunting. More rehab efforts are planned.

Some people are passionate about slippery frogs and snakes

Frogs and snakes are beauties of nature that also indicate healthy ecosystems.

Perhilitan rangers, the unsung heroes of the Malaysian forest

The work of park rangers is often undermined but they risk their lives to protect our national parks and wildlife from poachers and other threats.