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| October 2, 2017
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Sabah Wildlife Department looking for 60 year old’s accomplice on islands in Semporna waters. More ››

| September 30, 2017
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Wildlife Director Augustine Tuuga says his staff are working around the clock dealing with the issue of elephant herds... More ››

| September 28, 2017
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Sabah Wildlife Department suspects sea gypsies are responsible for poaching activities but is continuing its probe. More ››

| September 18, 2017
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A former president of the Sabah Tourist Guides Association (STGA) is among those whose licences may be revoked or... More ››

| September 13, 2017
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WWF-Malaysia says inadequate turtle protection laws in the peninsula lead to a high demand for turtle eggs there, which... More ››

| May 15, 2017
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Authorities acted on a tip-off from villagers who said the men often hunted for protected species in the enormous... More ››

| July 28, 2016
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Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Ahmad Shabery Cheek says Malaysia will not burn the seized illegal fishing vessels, but... More ››

May 3, 2016
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Kedah Wildlife Protection and National Parks Department says a post-mortem will be done to determine if it died after... More ››

April 5, 2016
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Boats sunk for operating illegally in the archipelago's vast waters and to discourage illegal fishing. More ››

| January 6, 2014
COMMENT
Sabah wild life

Many wildlife species found in Sabah have been gazetted on the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) Vulnerable... More ››

January 2, 2014
COMMENT
dead wildlife

Why are wildlife poaching, bust meat trading and elephant killing still happening in Sabah? More ››

| May 15, 2012
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Government must move swiftly to stop the menace, say conservation groups. More ››

April 4, 2011
soldiers and hornbill

Five soldiers , including an officer, had been suspended and would be charged under the country's wildlife laws. More ››