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JOHOR has lost more than 100 of its precious wildlife due to roadkill incidents since 2019.
THE frequency of wildlife roadkill is a clear indication of humans encroaching far into the animals’ natural habitat, says a conservationist.
Botanical gardens strike the right balance between lush wilderness and urban comfort. We take a look at some of the stunning botanical gardens in Malaysia where you can get your green fix.
JOHOR BARU: The water quality of Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang here, which is said to be very polluted can still be saved and returned to Class One, says Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) president Prof Dr Ahmad Ismail.
About 100 trees from a “Adopt a Tree” campaign have been planted in an urban forest known as Khazanah Rimba in Pantai Eco Park, Pantai Dalam, Kuala Lumpur.
ALOR GAJAH: No threat of bird flu (H5N8) has been detected in Malaysia during the migration of birds of prey (raptors) from the southern hemisphere which has been underway since early March, says Malaysian Nature Society president Prof Dr Ahmad Ismail (pic).
KANGAR (Bernama): The Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) urges the Perlis government to take immediate action to address the problem of river pollution in the state to ensure its water quality remains first class.
While DBKL and PPj battle gardening enthusiasts who take their passion too far, bonsai collectors too face losses and frustrations
The Merdeka Award recipient discovered 56 species of tropical plants and trees, with six species of plants named after him.