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MANILA, Nov 9 (AFP): A gardening craze dubbed "plantdemic" has spread across the Philippines after coronavirus restrictions fuelled demand for greenery, sending plant prices soaring and sparking a rise in poaching from public parks and protected forests.
PETALING JAYA: Snares set up by poachers in the country’s jungles are killing or injuring wildlife every year – including the biggest of them all, elephants and calves like Elly and Chereh.
The first thing you’ll notice about Lang Tengah is the colour of the water: a striking blue gradient. Starting from the beach, the shades run from turquoise, to navy blue all the way out towards the South China Sea horizon.
When he is not busy working his day job as a mortgage consultant, Gaianno Ho spends his free time tending to his beloved pitcher plants at home and at a lot specially dedicated to the carnivorous plants in Taman Johor Jaya, Johor Baru.
While Malaysians overwhelmingly agree that breeding the Malayan tiger in captivity and rewilding them is a good idea, many are concerned about poaching.
AFTER working with Malaysian wildlife for 40 years, I have decided to have a go at waking up Malaysians in general, and the authorities specifically, along with nongovernmental advisers, local and international alike, to the real situation here in Malaysia.
NEGRI Sembilan recorded the highest number of cases of restaurants serving illegal exotic endangered wildlife dishes, Kosmo! reported.
PETALING JAYA: Here’s good news regarding efforts to save the Malayan Tiger from extinction in the wild.
NAIROBI, Sept. 22 (Xinhua) -- Kenya will set aside 400 million shillings (about 3.7 million U.S. dollars) annually to strengthen protection of rhinos in the wild amid growing threats, an official said on Tuesday.