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KUALA TERENGGANU: The Rafflesia sanctuary in Tasik Kenyir here has been destroyed, revealed a nature group.
PETALING JAYA: Environmentalists have reiterated calls for the public to dispose of their single-use face masks properly to protect the environment.
IF KUALA Lumpur does not take immediate measures to conserve its butterfly population, it will most likely end up like Singapore which “lost” almost half of its butterflies.
JOHOR BARU: Animal calls are becoming the norm for the Johor Fire and Rescue Department, which receives an average of 19 cases a day related to the entry of wildlife into residential homes since the beginning of the year.
Some say zoos merely exploit animals to earn money but others contend they do valueable conservation work. Who's right?
PETALING JAYA: With the dry and hot spell hitting its peak and air-conditioners working full throttle, environmental experts have advised on proper ways to clean the electrical appliance.
JOHOR BARU: Melaka government is seeking help from a Johor environmental NGO to find ways to address the issue of wild boars in Melaka.
JOHOR BARU: Some 60 gibbons in the Panti forest reserve – displaced due to a gravel road built in the middle of their habitat – will soon be reunited thanks to aerial bridges to be built in the area.
KUANTAN: Plastic bottles were the common items retrieved within two hours of the Beach Cleanup programme organised in conjunction with the 2019 International Coastal Cleanup Day at Pantai Pelindung here.