State Minister Masidi Manjun believes Sabah’s rhino population can be saved with the use of scientific initiatives.
The Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in Indonesia has been reported to be willing to send sperm to Malaysia later this year for conservation breeding to keep the species alive.
Cauterising might be the only way to stop her uterine bleeding.
Malaysia’s last female Sumatran rhino still bleeds from her uterus but is taking a lot of water and supplements, says official.
Sabah wildlife department official says they will start giving Iman very low dose of diazepam to stimulate her appetite.
Bleeding from her uterine leiomyoma tumours started three days ago, an official says.
Scientists unable to recover eggs from Puntung, which was euthanised on Sunday, to continue the bloodline, leaving only two Sumatran rhinos living in the country.
Puntung was experiencing significant breathing difficulties.