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Two-headed turtle hatchling due to genetic factors
“A two-headed turtle is called bicephalic or dicephalic and this rarely occurs in sea turtles and perhaps genetic factors play a significant role for this two-headed sea turtle.
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Border officials ticked off after 10 tusks smuggled as dowry
She lamented that the seizure meant that Sabah had irreversibly lost another five male elephants to poachers.
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Good governance can strategically address escalating environmental issues
development activities should be carried out in a controlled and proper manner adhering to environmental conditions and mitigation measures stipulated by both EPD and NREB in the respective states.
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One million trees for Lahad Datu forest reserve
the depleted forest in the Permanent Forest of Lower Kawag in Lahad Datu, will see the planting of one million forest trees over a period of 10 years to be funded by major oil-palm industry players.
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Drive to reduce plastic usage gains traction
“The directive to place the new clause starts today. We want all owners of food premises in Selangor to no longer provide plastic straws for drinks at the counters to be taken freely by customers.
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Reinforcement against wildlife poaching and trafficking
The Sime Darby Foundation (SDF) has allocated RM4 million to Sabah Forestry Department (SFD) to increase the capacity of its Protect Team, targeting the eradication of poaching and wildlife trafficking in Sabah.
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Bum-Bum Island set to become M’sia’s first macro dive site
On June 22, MOTAC Sabah Office conducted a five day "Macro Dive Site Mapping Voluntourism Programme" aimed to set up the first dedicated macro dive site for Malaysia in conjunction with Visit Malaysia 2020.
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Liew to unveil new tourism projects
Borneo Villa Accommodation at the 24-year-old Sukau Rainforest Lodge (SRL) and Sukau Ecotourism Research Centre (SERC) will be unveiled this Friday (June 28) by Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew.
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Tawau National Park to have world’s first pangolin sanctuary
The world’s first pangolin sanctuary spanning some 20,000 hectares is to be established at the Tawau National Park while the public can expect to pay a visit in a few months’ time.
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Fishing vessel sunk off Kudat for use as artificial reef
A fishing vessel which was seized by the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) was disposed of Sunday to be used as artificial reef in the waters of Kampung Tajau Laut, near here.
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KPJ Sabah is state’s first plastic-free private specialist hospital
Mayor Datuk Haji Nordin Siman highlighted the anti-litterbug campaign takes aim at putting an end to single-use plastics in a bid to reduce pollution that is taking a heavy toll on the environment.
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Sabah Forestry Dept denies allegation on belian wood logging in Tawau
claimed that initial reports found that a Chinese contractor had been given the nod by the state government and a well-connected person to bring out the logs.
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RM25,000 fine for keeping two live pangolins
He admitted to having the pangolins of the Manis Javanica’s species without legal consent at a house in Jalan Mawas, Taman Foh Sang, Luyang on February 28, 2017 at 4.10pm.
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Injured pygmy elephant nurtured to health released back into the wild
Sabah Wildlife Department director Augustine Tuuga said the elephant was in bad shape when it was discovered at an estate in Sabah’s central Telupid district on May 22, and could not even stand.
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Babagon water catchment to be gazetted as Water Conservation Area
As such it has been chosen as the venue for the 2019 International Day for Biological Diversity Celebration in Sabah (IBD 2019) today (Tuesday).
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