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SEMPORNA: Malaysia’s marine biologists say human factors can be ruled out as the cause of the mysterious skin disease plaguing sharks near popular dive spots in Sipadan Island near here, but further investigation is needed to find definitive answers to help the sharks.
Putting the 'divers' in 'biodiversity': Visitors to Sabah's marine parks can help seek out new life, says videographer
KOTA KINABALU: Science and society can be an effective team in identifying and documenting Sabah's unique and diverse marine life, says underwater videographer Ag Ahmad Zaki Abu Bakar.
Gunung Alab Substation, situated along the Kota Kinabalu-Tambunan road in Sabah, has become a popular spot for nature tourism, more so because it sits within the protected forest area of the Crocker Range Park.
KOTA KINABALU: Some 200 registered mountain guides and porters have received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.Their inoculation was conducted at Kinabalu Park in Kundasang on the foothills of Mount Kinabalu.
KOTA KINABALU: Some 200 registered mountain guides and porters got their first dose of Covid-19 vaccine on Thursday (July 8).
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is set to receive one million Covid-19 vaccine doses this month and an additional 1.2 million in August, which will help expedite immunisation efforts in the state.
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government must act if there was any "recklessness" detected on the part of a contractor whose barge damaged coral reefs at a popular dive spot at Pulau Mabul in Sabah.
KOTA KINABALU: An investigation has been ordered into a coral reef damaged by a barge ferrying building materials for a forward base at a popular dive site at Pulau Mabul in Sabah's east coast Semporna.
KOTA KINABALU: Conservationists in Sabah are calling for an investigation and action to be taken against the alleged sales of protected shark species in a seafood restaurant in the city.
KOTA KINABALU: Six years ago, Mount Kinabalu was struck by a magnitude 6.1 earthquake that caused loss of lives and property. Yet there is a silver lining to that tragic event, says former Sabah Parks director Dr Jamili Nais.