The University of Queensland researchers and the state government concludes that human-induced climate change is 'the root cause of the loss of the Bramble Cay melomys'.
Nearly half of all insect species worldwide are in rapid decline and a third could disappear altogether.
Global coffee production currently relies on just two species: arabica and robusta.
Virunga, Africa’s oldest nature reserve and a Unesco World Heritage site, is located in North Kivu.
Native dogs across North America all but disappeared as a result of Europeans arriving in the Western Hemisphere some 500 years ago, a study published Thursday found.
A study has revealed that what were once believed to be wild horses were actually feral horses.
Semporna tourism council wants urgent meeting with all stakeholders to ensure any killing of rays and sharks is done away from tourists.
State Minister Masidi Manjun believes Sabah’s rhino population can be saved with the use of scientific initiatives.
Although eastern cougars had not been alive in the wild since 1938, they have only just been officially declared extinct.
Malaysia’s last female Sumatran rhino still bleeds from her uterus but is taking a lot of water and supplements, says official.
The four cultures include those from Puntung, the female Sumatran rhino euthanised in June in Sabah.
A wildlife biologist laments the future of the rhino and wildlife in Malaysia, asking if the lack of political will and urge for development are to blame.