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SINGAPORE: Hotel deals in Singapore are set for a record amid a surge in tourist arrivals buoyed by people wanting to avoid the protests in Hong Kong.
XI'AN (Xinhua): The Qinling Mountains, a natural boundary between the country's north and south, have witnessed huge improvements in wildlife protection in recent years.
KOTA KINABALU: An adult female Borneo pygmy elephant, which was found dead in an oil palm smallholding in Lahad Datu, is believed to have died from blood poisoning, Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew said.
UNITED NATIONS: Already facing the threat of habitat destruction, hundreds of plant and animal species are now under further pressure from manmade climate change, the IUCN said on Tuesday (Dec 10) in its updated "Red List of Threatened Species".
KOTA KINABALU: An adult female Borneo pygmy elephant, which was found dead at an oil palm smallholding in Lahad Datu, is believed to have died of blood poisoning or toxaemia, says Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew.
KOTA KINABALU: Poisoning is suspected to be the cause of death of an adult female Borneo pygmy elephant at a settlement on Sabah's east coast as conservationists continue to grapple with the deaths of the endangered animal.
KOTA KINABALU: The Rhino and Forest Fund (RFF) has bought 31.87ha of oil palm land near the Tabin wildlife forest reserve for conversion into a wildlife corridor and conservation area.
PEKANBARU: Indonesian authorities have arrested five suspected poachers of a pair of critically endangered pregnant Sumatran tigers and seized four foetuses that had been preserved in a jar, a forestry official said.
PETALING JAYA: The Star’s R.AGE team has been working to expose the underground world of pangolin trafficking since its exclusive report on Sept 25, which revealed the involvement of a group of corrupt Malaysian policemen in the international pangolin smuggling trade.
PETALING JAYA: Ordered online, deal sealed and pangolin delivered – all within 24 hours. Undercover journalists from The Star’s award-winning R.AGE team recently rescued two critically endangered pangolins.