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WWF praises Malaysians for imposing logging ban

Worldwide conservation group WWF welcomed a Malaysian state's decision to phase out logging in a large forest that is home to endangered orangutans, Bornean pygmy elephants and Sumatran rhinos.


Saving the orang utan’s friends

By protecting the forest home of orang utans, we are also protecting other critically endangered species such as the Sumatran rhino and Borneo pygmy elephant.


Dawn of a new day

DNA analysis promises a new chapter in wildlife management and conservation.


Experts want alliance to help Borneo pygmy jumbos roam free

The proposal to set up a Borneo Elephant Conservation Alliance (Beca) is among resolutions made by experts to save the endangered Borneo pygmy elephants.


Ecolodge in our backyard

Sabah's Kinabatanganis under threat fromtourism's ills and illegalland clearing. But oneenlightened touroperator is doing his bitto conserve the areaand help the localcommunity.


Reprieve for rhinos

Isolated rhinos in fragmented Sabahan forests will be captured and placed in a new rhino sanctuary in a last bid to multiply their numbers.


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.


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.


Time to act on wildlife corridors, says Sabah

KOTA KINABALU: Enough talk, says the Sabah Government, which wants a time frame for the establishment of urgently-needed corridors in forests divided by plantations.