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KUALA LUMPUR: The security guard who had allegedly said, in a voice note, that a tiger had been spotted in Kemensah Heights, has been arrested for immigration offences.
PETALING JAYA: No tiger has escaped from the national zoo's enclosure, says Zoo Negara in response to claims of tiger sightings at Kemensah Heights in Taman Melawati.
AMPANG: The police are investigating the possible sighting of a tiger in Kemensah Heights, Hulu Klang here.
PETALING JAYA: With the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, Malaysians are now more “at ease” with taking their families to local zoos, with streams of visitors queueing to see their favourite animals.Operations are almost back to normal for Taiping Zoo, which has recorded over 300,000 visitors since the start of the year.
A VIDEO on TikTok has gone viral of a cute little baby panda in the midst of escaping its enclosure.
The death of a man after being bitten by an exotic snake has raised questions on keeping venomous pets in Malaysia. While the law allows us to keep certain wildlife as pets, many are urging for more regulations and for owners to be more accountable for dangerous pets.
The zebra sub-species without stripes – known as the quagga – has been extinct since the 1880s. A South African project says it is on the verge of resurrecting it. But is this approach to species conservation really useful?
JOHOR BARU: Families spending their Hari Raya festive break here are looking forward to the reopening of the Johor Zoo, which has remained closed for two years.
KOTA KINABALU: There are fears that the Sunda pangolin, also known as the Malayan or Javan pangolin, may become extinct in Sabah due to illegal hunting, says Augustine Tuuga.