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Canon lends support to Sabah wildlife conservation
A series of wildlife photo exhibitions will be coming soon and they will be on public display in multiple locations around Sabah, starting with the "Wildlife Fun at The Library" event in Tawau in conjunction with the World Pangolin Day on Feb 15.
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Global efforts needed to curb wildlife smuggling
She asserted Sabah Government has a clear picture regarding these infamous crimes; everyone needs to take every step necessary to protect the wildlife.
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Bornean elephants avoid urbanised areas, study shows
There are only an estimated 1,500 Bornean elephants in the wild, with populations mostly concentrated in Sabah.
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Workshop marks end of ambitious conservation project
(UNDP) handing over the project outputs and other key documents to the Natural Resources Office on behalf of Sabah’s government.
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Special working group to focus on Bornean elephants
Menon also called on the Sabah Wildlife Department and AsESG to work closely to address the issue of elephant mortality and human-elephant conflict as well as for the conservation of the species.
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TAED, a threat to Sabah’s iconic beach: Landscape architect
As the saying goes, don’t design by putting lipstick on a pig, and in the TAED case, putting lipstick on an orangutan. We are better than that as a LEADER.
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Shafie: Sabahans need to co-exist with elephants
Most of the cases occurred in palm oil plantation or forest reserves, with half of the deaths caused either by gunshot wounds or suspected poisoning, while quite a number remained unsolved.
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Elephants to get food corridor
Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew said among others, kampung folks in the area would be appointed to plant elephant foods along the corridor to prevent the pachyderms from going into plantations.
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Christina: Sabah's Bornean elephants deserve proper, aggressive conservation measures
at a critical level with more than 140 elephants killed in less than 10 years, and a very high number of them occurred in these conflict areas with more than half either shot or due to suspected poisoning, while the rest appear to be natural causes of dea
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K'jaan Sabah pastikan 50% keluasan tanah negeri kekal hutan
“Purata pembasmian hutan pada kadar 0.75 peratus setahun dari 1990 ke 2010, bagaimanapun ia hampir separuh jika dibandingkan dengan 1980-an,”
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YYS-UMS MoU on research biodiversity projects collaboration
“It is hoped this agreement paves the way forward for stronger collaboration with UMS on research biodiversity projects at Yayasan Sabah-managed forest concession areas such as Danum Valley, Maliau Basin and Imbak Canyon,”
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WWF-Malaysia to coordinate implementation efforts to curb more wildlife loss
In Sabah, Jumin said, species such as banteng, pangolins, orang utans, elephants and sun bear all face the threat of extinction if little is done to curb wildlife crimes such as poaching.
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Tabin forest vulnerable to poachers
A week-long crackdown against poaching was held in the forest reserve, with enforcers discovering over 62 snares, 51 bullets and broken pieces of firearms in the forest.
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Sabah Wildlife to preserve Iman
Iman's death marked the extinction of the species (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) in Malaysia.
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Rhino death desperate wake-up call
signifies the complete loss of the Sumatran rhino in the country and the hope of ever seeing this species in the wild is now forever gone.
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