Rhino Romance in Borneo

Is love in the air for the Sumantran Rhino? Puntung, one of roughly two hundred Sumatran Rhinos left in the world, was captured on Christmas Day in Borneo in the hopes of facilitating captive breeding. Read below for the rest of the story. For more information on biodiversity conservation in...

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Borneo’s most elusive feline caught on camera!

The elusive and endangered bay cat, native to Borneo, was caught on camera in the Kelabit Highlands of the Malaysia state of Sarawak using a new camera trap study. For information on biodiversity conservation in Borneo, please visit: http://borneoproject.org/borneo/biodiversity-conservation. ******** Borneo’s Most Elusive Feline Photographed at Unexpected Elevation Jeremy Hance,...

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Good News! The Borneo Elephant is now a totally protected species

Efforts by Malaysia’s Wildlife Department and the Malaysian Palm Oil Council to upgrade the conservation of the Borneo Elephant were successful. For more information on biodiversity conservation in Borneo, please visit: http://borneoproject.org/borneo/biodiversity-conservation. ****** http://news.asiaone.com/News/AsiaOne%2BNews/Malaysia/Story/A1Story20120111-321124.html The Star/Asia News Network Wednesday, Jan 11, 2012 KOTA KINABALU, Malaysia – Those who kill Borneo...

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