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KINOHIMITSU was established by a team of scientists and botanic health activists who ventured into the rainforest in search of new plants and herbs and discovered that some had healing properties that could benefit mankind.
In Canada and the United States, a black bear or grizzly in the wild is something you can witness all too easily if you know where to go.
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Water Supply Corporation (PBAPP) fully supports the proposal to set up a Muda River Basin Authority (MRBA).
In energy-reliant country, banks and investors face dilemma in meeting emissions target
ENJOY a celebration of culture, tradition and festive delights this Hari Raya Aidilfitri at Pavilion REIT Malls.
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.
Landslides at controversial China-funded Indonesian dam kill at least three people; Covid-19 total hits 1,668,368; death toll now at 45,521
Landslides near a construction site of a US$1.5 billion Chinese-backed hydroelectric dam on Indonesia's Sumatra island have killed at least three people, the disaster agency said on Friday, amid fears that more may be missing.
KOTA KINABALU: The Borneo Rhino Alliance has rebranded itself to Breeding Our Rare Animals (Bora) as it shifts its focus to conservation of other endangered wildlife following the extinction of the Sumatran rhino in Malaysia.
A GENOME study involving the last remaining populations of the Sumatran rhinoceros – a solitary rainforest dweller – is providing good news about the prospects of saving this critically endangered species from extinction.
An experienced caver recommends which subterranean chambers to visit in Sarawak's Mulu National Park.