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Letters 02 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

Get tough on wildlife smugglers

From S. M. MOHAMED IDRIS, President of Sahabat Alam Malaysia.I>(via e-mail)/I>

Nation 02 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

Danger in ‘jumping beans’ craze

A new 'pet craze' - jumping beans - is taking the city by storm.

Lifestyle 09 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

The karma of cloning

IF we can create a hardier human race, why not? Do we stop the advance of genetic engineering because it is #8216;against nature#8217;? CATHERINE SIOW looks at bioethics from a Buddhist perspective.

AseanPlus News 13 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

Pets training as rescue dogs

SUPER-DOGS they are not, but Ronnie, Rascal and Piper could one day be saving lives.

Nation 13 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

Plantation owner’s pet is a tiger

It's fine to keep pets but having a fully-grown tiger as one may be taking things a bit too far.

Business 19 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

Purrfect treatment at pet hotel

B>HANOI:/BAt this 50-room hotel, the guests stay for months at a time, sometimes five to a room, get room service twice a day and enjoy piped-in pop songs.

Lifestyle 21 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

Illegal bargains galore

MARKED poverty triggered by the Asian meltdown has fuelled a burgeoning trade in wild animals in Indonesia, where an orangutan costs less than RM900 and rare birds the price of a meal. Endangered species are threatened with near extinction, and habitats are being torn apart. Yet there is little the government can - or will - do about it.

AseanPlus News 25 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

Microchip tags for pets to help trace owners

ALL pets in Singapore may have to wear a chip in them to stop owners from abandoning their pets.

Lifestyle 28 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

No regard for rare pets

Lifestyle 28 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

Exotic and endangered

The Indian star tortoise is a common sight in pet shops. Charmed by the exquisite star-burst patterns on its shell, many pet lovers may be tempted to carry home a specimen or two, little realising that they are feeding a flourishing international trade in exotic - and sometimes endangered - pets.