You have searched for "species"
Showing 51-60 of 10000
HOME seekers’ priorities are changing as Malaysia strives towards a new norm following the Covid-19 outbreak and resulting lockdowns. Chief among these is demand for outdoor spaces and a connection to nature.
Experts call on governments to enforce stern lockdown measures now to lower the risk of new SARS-CoV-2 viral strains evolving and spreading.
British scientists have just unveiled a new tool for identifying and monitoring endangered wildlife around the world. It currently consists of an artificial intelligence system to count elephants in Africa based on satellite photos.
KOTA KINABALU: The recent sighting of four killer whales or orca in waters around Sabah’s famed Pulau Sipadan has reinforced Semporna’s importance for marine mammals.
MARANG: After almost three weeks, a retired teacher can now heave a sigh of relief when a wild sun bear that has been digging into and destroying his honeybee log hives was captured by the Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan).
WUHAN (Reuters): A team of investigators led by the World Health Organisation (WHO) arrived on Tuesday (Feb 2) at an animal health facility in China's central city of Wuhan in search for clues about the origins of the Covid-19 pandemic.
KOTA KINABALU: A relatively rare sighting of four killer whales or orcas in waters around Sabah’s famed Pulau Sipadan reinforces the importance of the Semporna region for marine mammals and provides valuable data on marine mammal studies in the area.
MELAKA: A tranquil atmosphere prevails at the Melaka Zoo due to the movement control order.