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JOHOR BARU, Aug 17 — Thought to number fewer than 200 in the wild, the critically endangered Malayan tiger is being threatened by foreign poachers on home ground.
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JOHOR BARU: A total of 298 wire snares and 23 illegal camps set by poachers to trap animals, especially tigers, were discovered in jungles in Johor from January to July this year.
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PETALING JAYA: As Malaysia faces Global Tiger Day with a rapidly-diminishing tiger population, experts are calling for more patrolling and a multi-ministry tiger committee in an effort to halt the decline.
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PUTRAJAYA, July 28 — Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador has committed 500 police general operations force (GOF) personnel to assist the Wildlife Department in tackling po...
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Wild Life Protection and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) will cooperate with the police and armed forces in Ops Belang to check illegal hunting of the Malayan Tiger.
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The Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) will cooperate with the police and armed forces in Ops Belang to check the illegal hunting of the Malayan tiger.
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 13 — The Wildlife Protection and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) will cooperate with the police and armed forces in Ops Belang to check illegal hunting of the Malayan Tiger...
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SHAH ALAM: The governments of Malaysia and Indonesia will both work together to ensure the success of the Sumatran rhino breeding programme in order to save the species in Sabah.
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SHAH ALAM, June 1 — The governments of Malaysia and Indonesia will both work together to ensure the success of the Sumatran rhino breeding programme in order to save the species in Sabah.
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PETALING JAYA: Eleven poachers were nabbed last month in an effort by the Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) to combat poaching.
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PUTRAJAYA: The Kuala Terengganu sessions court’s decision to fine RM1.56 million each on two Vietnamese poachers has been the highest amount so far for wildlife crimes in the country’s history, ac...
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PUTRAJAYA, May 17 — The Kuala Terengganu Sessions Court’s decision to fine RM1.56 million two Vietnamese poachers has been the highest amount so far for wildlife crimes in the country’s history,...
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PETALING JAYA: The Kuala Terengganu Sessions Court has slapped a fine of RM1.56mil each on two Vietnamese nationals who were caught poaching.
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PETALING JAYA: The Kuala Terengganu Sessions Court has meted out a whopping RM1.56mil fine on two Vietnamese nationals caught poaching, making it the biggest fine ever imposed for wildlife crime.
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PETALING JAYA: The Kuala Terengganu Sessions Court today fined two Vietnamese nationals RM1.56 million and sentenced them to two years jail after they were convicted of illegal possession of wildlife ...
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DENGKIL: The amendment to the Wildlife Conservation Act 2010 will increase the minimum penalty for poachers to a RM1mil fine and five years in jail, says Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar.
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Two Vietnamese poachers saw their killing spree brought to a grinding halt when they were arrested in the Terengganu National Park yesterday.
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PUTRAJAYA: The Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) arrested two Vietnamese poachers, believed to be involved in a wildlife hunting syndicate, in the Terengganu National Park.
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EXCLUSIVE: The next two years will be critical for Harimau Malaya’s survival in the wild with the launch of an operation by Wildlife and National Parks Depart­ment (Perhilitan) to monitor known tiger habitats or “hotspots” in its battle against poaching. This comes even as Perhilitan put in a request for a number of army personnel to beef up their patrols as well as consider a “shoot-on-sight” policy against poachers.