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KUNDASANG: Sabah is seeking a German expert for a Rhino captive breeding programme to be jointly undertaken with Indonesia, said state Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Christina Liew.
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KOTA KINABALU: Living in filthy conditions, a captured crocodile and several turtles have become an attraction at a restaurant on the Kimanis-Keningau road, about 65km from here.
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KOTA KINABALU: The public may now forward any inquiries, reports or complaints to the Sabah Wildlife Department through phone call or online.
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The public may now forward any inquiries, reports or complaints to the Sabah Wildlife Department through phone call or online.
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KOTA KINABALU, Aug 6 — The public may now forward any inquiries, reports or complaints to the Sabah Wildlife Department through phone call or online.
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KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Wildlife Department has launched its Hotline and e-Complaints (e-Aduan) service to handle inquiries, reports and complaints lodged with the department.
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KOTA KINABALU: Indonesian authorities have been unable to glean more information from a suspect who was detained with a shipment of ivory as he is still in a "state of shock" since his arrest on July 9
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KUALA LUMPUR - Orang utan populations in forest patches found in oil palm estates in the eastern Malaysian state of Sabah fell as much as 30 per cent in 15 years, but the overall population of the sp...
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WWF says orangutan populations in forest patches found in oil palm estates in the eastern Malaysian state of Sabah fell as much as 30 per cent in 15 years, but the overall population of the species in...
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The orangutan population in forest patches within Sabah's oil palm plantations have dwindled over the past 15 years, a survey by WWF-Malaysia has found.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Orangutan populations in forest patches found in oil palm estates in Sabah fell as much as 30% in 15 years, but the overall population of the species in the area is stable, World Wide Fu...
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 18 — Orangutan populations in forest patches found in oil palm estates in the eastern Malaysian state of Sabah fell as much as 30 per cent in 15 years, but the overall population ...
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KUALA LUMPUR (REUTERS) - Orang utan populations in forest patches found in oil palm estates in the eastern Malaysian state of Sabah fell as much as 30 per cent in 15 years, but the overall population ...
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The orangutan population in forest patches located at areas containing oil palm plantations in Sabah have dwindled over the past 15 years, a survey by WWF-Malaysia has found.
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SEMPORNA: The rare sight of a two-headed turtle hatchling has left turtle conservationists in amazement, as it emerged from a green turtle nest at Pulau Mabul near here on Monday (July 15).
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KOTA KINABALU: A two-headed turtle emerged from a green turtle nest much to the amazement of turtle conservationists at Pulau Mabul, off Sabah’s east coast Semporna district, yesterday.
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A WRU Ranger rescuing the tranquilised clouded leopard at Kg Perancangan in Ranau yesterday.
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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is hoping to get more details from its Indonesian counterparts on how an estate worker managed to buy 10 elephant tusks in Lahad Datu and smuggled them out of the state.
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KOTA KINABALU: Indonesian Customs officials have seized 10 elephant tusks that were being smuggled by an estate worker into Kalimantan.
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SUKAU: Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew toured parts of the Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary on her maiden trip here by boat from Sandakan on Thursday.
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KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) has received three four-wheel-drive vehicles from a UK-based non-governmental organisation to help with its Wildlife Rescue Unit (WRU) operations.
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KOTA KINABALU: A seriously injured juvenile male pygmy elephant thought to be already dead in May has been nurtured to reasonable health and released back into the wild.
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Liew (seated third from right), flanked by Bapak Krishna (on her left) and William, with government officials and other participants.
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KOTA KINABALU: Wildlife veterinarians looking after a stranded week-old Borneo pygmy elephant at a plantation in Tawau have decided to bring it into captive care to treat severe infections.
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KOTA KINABALU: After the death of its last male Sumatran rhino, Sabah is hoping that Indonesia will accept its proposal for a breeding programme despite not having signed 13 memorandums of understandi...
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KOTA KINABALU: An injured juvenile male pygmy elephant, which villagers thought was dead, is being nursed back to health.
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KOTA KINABALU: An juvenile pgymy elephant found injured in an oil palm plantation nearly two weeks ago is being treated by wildlife rangers and vets in Sabah's central Telupid district.
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KOTA KINABALU, MAY 29 — Sabah Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Christina Liew has confirmed today that Tam, Malaysia’s last male Sumatran rhino, will be immortalised, and possibly p...
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KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah state government is agreeable to the idea of preserving the remains of Tam, the last male Sumatran rhino in Malaysia, but noted it is not an easy feat.
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KOTA KINABALU, May 29 — The death of Tam, Malaysia’s last male Sumatran rhino, made global headlines this week with the sobering realisation that the species is one step closer to extinction, with...
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KOTA KINABALU: Malaysia bids farewell to its last male Sumatran rhino, fondly known as Tam, after the animal died but there is still hope that it may contribute its genes to the preservation of the species.
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The Sabah Wildlife Department has announced with great sadness the death of the last remaining male Sumatran rhinoceros in Malaysia, named Tam, today.
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KOTA KINABALU: Malaysia’s last surviving male Sumatran rhinoceros died on Monday (May 27) following a bout of ill-health, leaving behind only one female in the country and pushing the critically-e...
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KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Wildlife Department has announced with great sadness the death of the last remaining male Sumatran rhinoceros in Malaysia, named Tam, today.
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KOTA KINABALU: Tam, the last male Sumatran rhino in the country, has lost his fight against old age and multiple organ failure.
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KOTA KINABALU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysia's last surviving male Sumatran rhino Tam has died on Monday (May 27) afternoon.
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KOTA KINABALU, May 27 — Malaysia’s last surviving male Sumatran rhino, Tam, died today following health complications which worsened in the last few days.
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KOTA KINABALU: Malaysia’s last surviving male Sumatran rhino Tam died on Monday (May 27) afternoon.
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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is getting all parties including villagers and wildlife rangers to be part of wildlife protection efforts following the failed attempt to prevent the Sumatran rhino from going extinct in Malaysia.
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KOTA KINABALU: Researchers here have promised to use safer and better methods when tagging turtles in waters off Semporna to better protect these endangered sea creatures.
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KOTA KINABALU: Tam, Malaysia’s last surviving male Sumatran rhino, has a limited time left due to old age, says the Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD).
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KOTA KINABALU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Tam, Malaysia's last surviving male Sumatran rhino, has just a few more weeks, if not days, to live due to old age.
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KOTA KINABALU: Tam, Malaysia's last surviving male Sumatran rhino, has no more than a few weeks to live, if not days, due to old age.
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KOTA KINABALU: Crocodile conservationists want the Sabah Wildlife Department to carry out a full audit on crocodile farms in the state following the shocking seizure of 220 wild saltwater crocodiles smuggled in from Kalimantan.
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KOTA KINABALU: In a state where the sighting of crocodiles at the rivers is considered normal, the discovery of the reptiles being smuggled in has left the authorities stumped.
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KOTA KINABALU: The health of Malaysia’s last surviving male Sumatran rhino is fast fading.
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KOTA KINABALU: The health of Malaysia's last surviving male Sumatran rhino is fast fading.
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KOTA KINABALU: A roundtable discussion will be held soon with scientists involved in turtle-tagging programmes in Sabah.Sabah Wildlife Department director Augustine Tuuga said all the people involved, especially those researching turtles in Mabul off Semporna district, must be present.
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KOTA KINABALU: A roundtable discussion will be held soon with scientists and researchers involved in turtle-tagging programmes in Sabah, says state Wildlife Department director Augustine Tuuga.
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The Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC) donated RM1.5 million to the Sabah Wildlife Department today to conduct a new population survey, especially of the orangutan and pygmy elephants in the state.
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KOTA KINABALU: The carcass of a dolphin was found washed ashore at the Likas Bay area.
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KOTA KINABALU: The carcass of a dolphin was found washed ashore at the Likas Bay area here early on Tuesday (March 5).
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KOTA KINABALU: The illegal wildlife trade involves a huge network of poachers as well as middlemen, and authorities here are struggling to break this chain, says Sabah Wildlife Department director Augustine Tuuga.
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TUARAN: Sabah police detained a man and seized RM8.4 million worth of frozen pangolins and animal parts in an operation conducted on Thursday and today.
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Sabah police have detained a man and seized RM8.4 million worth of live pangolins, as well as animal parts, in raids conducted on Thursday and today.
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TUARAN, Feb 9 — The Sabah police detained a man and seized RM8.4 million worth of live pangolins, as well as animal parts, in raids conducted on Thursday and today.
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TUARAN: The Sabah police detained a man and seized RM8.4 million worth of live pangolins, as well as animal parts, in raids conducted on Thursday and today.
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KOTA KINABALU: A whale shark, which died due to a plastic bag blocking its digestive system, was washed up on a beach near here.
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KOTA KINABALU, Feb 8 — A whale shark that washed ashore on Tanjung Aru Beach in Menumbuk, Kuala Penyu, was found to have starved to death after ingesting a plastic bag.
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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Christina Liew has ordered an immediate investigation into a photo of what appears to be a child sitting on top of a turtle.
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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah wildlife authorities are still not able to find the source behind a viral photo, believed taken on a boat, which showed a turtle being abused.
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KOTA KINABALU: A photograph of a protected sea turtle being sat on and its head stepped on, most likely taken on a boat, is making its rounds in the social media.
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KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Wildlife Department arrested a local man for attempting to sell a live pangolin in Kota Belud yesterday.
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KOTA KINABALU, Jan 4 — A local was arrested by Wildlife Department enforcers here for attempting to sell a live pangolin through text messaging app WhatsApp. Sabah Wildlife Department director Augus...
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KOTA KINABALU: A 20-year-old man offering an endangered pangolin for sale through social media was arrested during a sting operation by the Sabah Wildlife Department.