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Six point plan to save Malayan tiger

Bigger fines for poachers and a six point plan. This is how the Malayan government wants to save the Malayan tiger. It says this proves the government’s seriousness in ensuring that the tiger, Malaysia’s national animal, will not become extinct. A claim by energy and natural resources minister Shamsul Anuar…

Protect the Malayan tiger at all cost

The recent news of the death of Awang Rasau is a harsh wakeup call that we must address the scourge of poachers with greater resolve. Otherwise, we will soon see the end of another critically endangered species.

Awang Rasau, the male Malayan tiger caught in Terengganu had been shot by poachers…

Awang Rasau, the tiger shot by poachers, dies

Awang Rasau, the Malayan tiger which was shot by poachers, has died, says the Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan).

"It is with sadness that we report that Awang Rasau is no more. The death was reported at noon on March 5 at the Universiti Putra Malaysia Veterinary Hospital, due to…

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Collaboration key to success

The recent win by the Operasi Bersepadu Khazanah task force at the Fifth Asia Environmental Enforcement Awards presented by the United Nations Environment Programme has put Malaysia’s tiger conservation efforts in the global spotlight.

WWF-Malaysia congratulates the Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) and Royal Malaysia Police for this well-deserved…