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Scientists tag female leopard cat with satellite collar to track movements
KOTA KINABALU: Scientists have tagged a wild female leopard cat with a satellite collar during a night survey in Kinabatangan in hopes of better understanding the...
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Rare Bornean banteng falling victim to traps
KOTA KINABALU: The banteng, the wild cattle of Borneo, are not just being poached but increasingly turning up as bycatch in snares set for other animals, say conservation...
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Now Sabah’s endangered banteng at risk of extinction, warn wildlife experts
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is in danger of losing another of its precious wildlife after the Sumatran rhino if efforts to save the Borneon banteng, an endangered wild cattle species, fail.
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Sabah's banteng in grave danger from hunters, snares
KOTA KINABALU: There is an urgent need to control poaching in all habitats that sustain the banteng to prevent the loss of the species, say the Sabah Wildlife...
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Mind the forests, wildlife expert tells Sabah as Indonesia plans capital shift
KOTA KINABALU: A wildlife expert has urged Sabah to tread carefully in any upgrades in connectivity with Indonesia following news that the country intends to relocate its capital from Jakarta to the p...
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Anti-poaching unit trained and ready
Trainees with certificates and trainers on the last day of the special unit training at IPS.
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Out to get poachers: Sabah wildlife, forests now protected by special ranger unit
KOTA KINABALU, Aug 28 — A specially-trained ranger unit is now ready for deployment into Sabah’s forests as the state battles against increased wildlife poaching worries.
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Sabah Forestry Dept recruits rangers specialising in anti-poaching ops
KOTA KINABALU: A new team of rangers specialising in anti-poaching operations in Sabah has just been hired, following weeks of intense scrutiny, training and final...
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More boots on the ground against wildlife poaching, trafficking
Elephant bull murdered by ivory poachers in central Sabah.
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Sabah goes all out to stop poaching
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah has begun an all-out effort to eradicate poaching and wildlife trafficking with more enforcement on the ground.
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Poaching of Sabah wildlife on the rise, says conservation body
KOTA KINABALU: A tropical biodiversity research outfit here says there has been an alarming increase in poaching and wildlife trafficking for the past few years in Sabah.
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Sabah's anti-poaching efforts boosted with RM4mil donation
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Forestry Department's special "Protect Team" – aimed at wiping out poachers and traffickers threatening the state's iconic wildlife species – has been given a boost with an RM4mil donation from the Sime Darby Foundation.
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Expert: Work with Indonesia to revive rhino population
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah must continue to seek the help of Indonesia if it is to revive the population of the near-extinct Sumatran rhino following the death of its last male, Tam, said scientist Dr Benoit Goossens.
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Call to audit crocodile farms in Sabah
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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Pan Borneo Highway: Do not jeopardise forest reserves in expansion - Mohd Shafie
KOTA KINABALU (March 21): The Sabah government wants the construction of the Pan Borneo Highway to only involve the expansion of existing roads without the need to open or construct a new alignment ...
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Expert warns of human-wildlife conflict if highway cuts through forest reserves
KOTA KINABALU: A wildlife expert has warned of adverse effects on both animals and humans if the Pan Borneo Highway is allowed to cut through protected forest areas in Sabah.
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Eating anteaters has no medicinal values, says expert
KOTA KINABALU: Anteaters’ scales contain just keratin, the same substance found in fingernail, a conservationist said.
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