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PETALING JAYA: Five elephants which were trapped in a mining pond in a forest reserve in Pahang were rescued by wildlife department officers.
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KUANTAN: Five elephants trapped in an abandoned gold mine in the Malaysian state of Pahang were rescued after an operation that lasted nearly six hours on Tuesday (Aug 20).
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PETALING JAYA: Wildlife officials have disposed of several thousand turtles recently confiscated by customs officers, saying they are listed as an invasive alien species (IAS) in Malaysia.
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PETALING JAYA: The international trade of South-East Asia’s most popular songbird, the white-rumped shama, has led to “incredible numbers” of these birds seized in markets in and around Malaysia, a 2018 study revealed.
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PETALING JAYA: Five elephants which were trapped in a mining pond in a forest reserve in Pahang were rescued by wildlife department officers.
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The Pahang Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) rescued five elephants from an abandoned gold mine in Hutan Simpan Ibam on Tuesday.The rescue operation took about six hours.
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PETALING JAYA: The international trade of South-East Asia's most popular songbird, the white-rumped shama, has led to "incredible numbers" of birds seized in markets in and around Malaysia, a 2018 study revealed.
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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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GUA MUSANG: A bull elephant which has been wreaking havoc in Kampung Aring 5 for the past three days has made people afraid to leave their homes.
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GUA MUSANG: A bull elephant which has been wreaking havoc at Kampung Aring 5 here for the past three days has made people afraid to leave their homes.
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GUA MUSANG, Aug 10 — A bull elephant which has been wreaking havoc in Kampung Aring 5 for the past three days has made people afraid to leave their homes.
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PETALING JAYA - Lost and alone in the jungle for two weeks, a ranger got through the ordeal by keeping calm and relying on what he had learnt from survival training.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Malayan tiger population in the country has declined to fewer than 200 as poaching continues even in the tiger priority site of the Belum-Temengor forest reserve.
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PETALING JAYA: The Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) has put up 300 animal crossing road signs at about 170 locations across peninsular Malaysia in an effort to reduce roadkill.
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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: Two battalions of the police general operations force (GOF) have been directed to assist the Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) in tackling poachers, especially those hunting the endangered Malayan tigers, says Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador.
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KUALA NERUS, July 24 — The Terengganu government is still waiting for an investigation report on alleged logging and mining activities in Bukit Besi, Dungun alleged to have caused the destruction of...
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PETALING JAYA: The Malayan tiger found roaming in a village in Dungun, Terengganu has died, said the Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan).
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A MALAYAN tiger caught by the Dep­­a­r­tment of Wildlife and Natio­nal Parks (Perhilitan) after it was found roaming in Besol Lama, Dungun, became tame after being infected by a virus, reported Sinar Harian.The five-year-old tiger, nicknam­ed Awang Besol, was suspected to have been infected with Canine Temper Disorder virus, causing it to experience a mind disorder and become tame, said Perhilitan director-general Datuk Abdul Kadir Abu Hashim.
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IPOH: The male tiger caught by the Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) after being seen wandering at Kampung Besul Lama in Bukit Besi, Terengganu, last Friday, died today of canine ...
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KUALA TERENGGANU: A male tiger which was caught by Malaysian authorities in the state of Terengganu died on Tuesday (Jun 23) due to canine distemper virus.
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The Malayan tiger that was found roaming in a village in Dungun, Terengganu has died.The Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) in a statement, said the five-year-old tiger, nicknamed...
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PETALING JAYA: The Malayan tiger that was captured in a village in Dungun, Terengganu by the State Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) last Friday has died.
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The tiger caught near Kampung Besul Lama in Dungun, Terengganu has died, according to the Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan).
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PETALING JAYA: The Malayan tiger that was found roaming in a village in Dungun, Terengganu has died, says the Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan).
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PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - First, it was photos of food.
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PETALING JAYA - First, it was photos of food.
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STAR EXCLUSIVE: PETALING JAYA: First, it was photos of food. Now, the Instagram fame game has grown to celebrities and social media influencers sharing pictures of their exotic pets, many of which are protected wildlife. The Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) and conservationists say this growing trend is fuelling the demand in the illegal wildlife trade.
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PETALING JAYA: The Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhili­tan) has called on illegal wildlife owners to hand over their pets before they are caught.
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The tiger was seen prowling the streets of Kampung Besul, Bukit Besi in Terengganu.
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DUNGUN: The State Wildlife and National Park Department (Perhilitan) has captured a male tiger that was roaming around Kampung Besul Lama, Bukit Besi here.
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One of the two tigers, seen roaming freely in Kampung Besul Lama, Terengganu yesterday, has been captured.A search and trap operation was undertaken by a 22-man strong team of Perhilitan officers and ...
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DUNGUN: Wildlife authorities have allayed the fears of villagers after two tigers were sighted at Kampung Besul Lama in Bukit Besi here.
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A search and trap operation undertaken by a 22-man strong team of Perhilitan officers and Rangers is on the lookout for the two tigers.
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As anxiety over the sighting of two tigers looms over Kampung Besul Lama in Bukit Besi, Dungun, Terengganu, local wildlife authorities have come out to allay villagers’ fears, saying that they now h...
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The tiger was seen prowling the streets of Kampung Besul, Bukit Besi in Terengganu.
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KUALA TERENGGANU: The two tigers spotted in Terengganu on Thursday (Jul 18) are most likely someone's pets, said Terengganu Wildlife and National Parks Department (PERHILITAN) director Dr Abdul Ma...
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DUNGUN: The two tigers spotted strolling casually around Kampung Besul, Bukit Besi, here yesterday are most probably someone’s pet, Terengganu Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) dir...
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The two tigers spotted strolling casually around Kampung Besul in Dungun yesterday are most probably someone's pets, according to Terengganu Wildlife and National Parks Department director Abdul Malek...
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DUNGUN, July 19 — The two tigers spotted strolling casually around Kampung Besul, Bukit Besi, here yesterday are most probably someone’s pet, Terengganu Wildlife and National Parks Department (Per...
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Pix source: https://myterengganu.com KUALA TERENGGANU: The presence of a tiger recorded in two videos that went viral in the social media since noon has been confirmed to have happened in Dungun, Ter...
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KUALA TERENGGANU: Malaysia's Department of Wildlife and National Park (Perhilitan) confirmed  on Thursday (Jul 18) that it had received a report regarding the presence of a tiger in Dungun, Teregg...
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KUALA TERENGGANU: The presence of a tiger recorded in two videos that went viral in  social media since noon has been confirmed to have happened in Dungun, Terengganu.
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The appearance of a tiger on a highway in Hulu Dungun, Terengganu which was captured on video has been confirmed to be real.
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SEVERAL recent incidents highlighted a disturbing trend of individuals keeping wildlife as pets.
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LETTER | There have been several incidents recently which have highlighted a disturbing trend of individuals keeping wildlife as pets.
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The Royal Malaysia Police have agreed to assist Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) rangers in carrying out patrols in the jungle.
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KLUANG: Loud noises and a sound like zinc being trampled woke Afian Kamin, 36, of Kampung Sri Timur from his slumber early this morning, prompting him to investigate and discover two elephants in fron...
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KLUANG (July 6): Loud noises and a sound like zinc being trampled woke Afian Kamin, 36, of Kampung Sri Timur from his slumber early this morning, prompting him to investigate and discover two elephant...
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KLUANG, July 6 — Loud noises and a sound like zinc being trampled woke Afian Kamin, 36, of Kampung Sri Timur from his slumber early this morning, prompting him to investigate and discover two elepha...
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KLUANG (Bernama): A villager from Kampung Sri Timur was awoken early Saturday (July 6) by loud sounds and saw two elephants in front of his house.
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SEPANG: Customs officers seized more than 5,000 baby tortoises after stopping two men at KLIA2.
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Zulkurnain (centre) and Wahabi (left) show the methamphetamine and the tortoises.
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SEPANG: The Royal Malaysian Customs Department (JKDM) has foiled an attempt to smuggle 5,255 baby red-eared slider tortoises to India at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2) on Thursday, f...
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SEPANG: The Customs Department has seized 5,255 baby tortoises from two suspects on transit to India.
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KOTA BARU: Kelantan Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) director, Ady Ermanty Haniff Mohamad Hanif, said the monkey which attacked nine-year-old Muhammad Putra Rafiqi Mohd Rozaidi from...
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Kelantan Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) director Ady Ermanty Haniff said the monkey which attacked nine-year-old Muhammad Putra Rafiqi Rozaidi from Tumpat, Kelantan yesterday will...
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PETALING JAYA: An animal rights group is offering a reward of a luxury hotel stay for anyone with information about those responsible for death by poisoning of three female elephants in Kluang, Johor.
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JOHOR BARU: The well-being of dangerous wildlife such as venomous snakes and protected species such as the sun bear, slow loris and leopard cat will be affected if they are kept as pets.
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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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KOTA BARU, June 11 — The Kuala Koh National Park in Gua Musang, which is popular among domestic and international tourists, has not been affected following the spread of lung infection among the Ora...
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KOTA BHARU (Bernama): The Kuala Koh National Park in Gua Musang has not been affected following the spread of a lung infection among the Orang Asli community in Kampung Kuala Koh.
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SUBANG JAYA: The Brahminy Kite, or "Helang Merah", that was spotted in a cage at a house in Putra Heights is believed to have been released by its owner on Tuesday (June 11) following a report by The Star.
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WWF-Malaysia welcomes the Water, Land and Natural Resources Ministry and Department of Wildlife and National Parks’ (Perhilitan) on-going amendment exercise to the Wildlife Conservation Act 2010.
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 11 — A brahminy kite, a bird protected under the law and the symbol of Langkawi, has been found in a cage at a terrace house in Putra Heights, Subang Jaya.
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PETALING JAYA: Sun bear cubs require specialised “carnivore formula” if their mothers are not with them, says Bornean Sun Bear Con­servation Centre founder Dr Wong Siew Te.
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PETALING JAYA (Jun 10): Singer Zarith Sofia Yasin, who had disclosed herself as the sun bear’s keeper in a condominium, said she had only wanted to nurse the cub to health before sending it to the z...
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PETALING JAYA: The Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) is still taking the statement of the singer who kept a sun bear cub in her Desa Pandan condominium in Kuala Lumpur.
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The pub singer, who ran into trouble after keeping a baby sun bear in her condominium unit in Desa Pandan, Kuala Lumpur recently, spoke to mStar and StarTV on Sunday.Zarith Sofia Yasin found the sun b...
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 9 — A singer arrested keeping an endangered sun bear cub in her condominium unit asserted that she mistook the wild creature for a dog.According to Kosmo Online, Zarith Sofia, a f...
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PETALING JAYA: Legislation to ban online advertisements on the sale of endangered animals may soon be introduced under a proposal to amend the Wildlife Conservation Act 2010.
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 8 — Local artiste Azharina Azhar today denied claims that she is the singer under investigation for keeping a sun bear cub in a condominium here.
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PETALING JAYA (June 8): Malaysians are increasingly used to living in condos, high rise and strata properties and it looks like this “lifestyle” has also been adopted by a furry citizen of ours.
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 8 ― The Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) has detained a 27-year-old woman for keeping a sun bear cub, a protected animal under the law, in her Desa Pandan condo...
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PETALING JAYA: The residents of Sentrio Suites Condominium in Kuala Lumpur were shocked when they found a baby sun bear living amidst them in one of the units there.
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PETALING JAYA: The Veterinary Services Department (DVS) has assured Malaysians that the country is free from African Swine Fever (ASF) and samples from commercial pig farms and wild boars show no signs of the virus.
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PETALING JAYA: It will take three months to identify the poison that killed three elephants in Kluang, Johor, said Water, Land and Natural Resources minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar in a statement today.
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SAHABAT Alam Malaysia (SAM) refers to the upcoming elephant sanctuary in Kota Tinggi, Johor, known as the Kampung Panti Elephant Sanctuary and another proposed sanctuary to be built in Hulu Perak.
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SEREMBAN: Malaysia’s first tapir conservation centre will be built at the Kenaboi Forest Reserve/State Park, Jelebu in Negri Sembilan, said Wildlife and National Parks Depart­ment (Perhilitan) state director Wan Mat Wan Harun.
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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia needs to find effective solutions to counter threats to the environment as it moves to become a developed nation, says social activist Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.
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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia needs to find effective solutions to counter threats to the environment as it moves to become a developed nation, says social activist Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.
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SEREMBAN: Malaysia’s first tapir conservation centre will be built in the Kenaboi Forest Reserve/State Park, Jelebu in Negri Sembilan, according to Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhili...
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Malaysia’s first tapir conservation centre will be built in the Kenaboi Forest Reserve, Jelebu, according to Negeri Sembilan Wildlife and National Parks Department director Wan Mat Wan Harun.
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SEREMBAN, June 3 — Malaysia’s first tapir conservation centre will be built in the Kenaboi Forest Reserve/State Park, Jelebu in Negri Sembilan, according to Department of Wildlife and National Par...
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PETALING JAYA: Any future development involving forest and wildlife habitats will require a Wildlife Assessment Impact Report under a proposal by Perhilitan.
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ALOR SETAR (Bernama): It was a feat indeed for it took the might of three women to wrestle a 10m-long python which they finally captured at a chicken coop in Kampung Jelutong, near Padang Terap in the wee hours of the morning.
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ALOR STAR: It was a feat indeed for it took the might of three women to wrestle a 10m python which they finally captured at a chicken coop in Kampung Jelutong, near Padang Terap in the wee hours of th...
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ALOR SETAR, May 31 — It was a feat indeed for it took the might of three women to wrestle a 10-metre-long python which they finally captured at a chicken coop in Kampung Jelutong, near Padang Terap ...
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The positive power of social media came together for a female elephant who was stuck in a pool of mud for three days.A Facebook post on the animal’s predicament went viral and got the attention of t...
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Wildlife and National Park Protection Department (Perhilitan) has been directed to investigate the case where an 18-year-old man allegedly shot and killed a caged monkey in Sitiawan.
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KUALA LUMPUR: A businessman was fined RM16,000 or five months imprisonment by the Sessions Court here today after pleading guilty to a charge of keeping 243 Baya Weaver (Ploceus Philippinus) a protect...
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ACTRESS Mia Nasir, who is in a relationship with a businessman for three years now, may be getting married by the end of this year or early next year, reported Kosmo!.Mia, 28, said her boyfriend, who only wanted to be known as “Mr Adam”, is 29 and of Indian Muslim-English parentage, adding that they met on Facebook three years ago during Ramadan.
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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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KUANTAN: A former Department of Wildlife and National Parks Peninsular Malaysia (Perhilitan) officer failed to set aside his four-year jail sentence and RM117,000 fine for submitting false claims over the purchase of backpacks six years ago.
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JOHOR BARU: The residents of Kampung Sri Paya, Kulai, near here, were shocked by the presence of a 4m-long crocodile, weighing about 400kg at the village this morning.
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KULAI: Residents of Kampung Sri Paya here were stunned by the sighting of a 4m-long crocodile in a river at the village.
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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.