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Sunday, January 29, 2006

The Sumatran Rhinos are an important part of Malaysian Heritage

Less than 300 Sumatran Rhinos left in the world.
Due to poaching and excessive logging, the Sumatran Rhino population has rapidly has rapidly declined over the past 15 years. There are now less than 300 Sumatran Rhinos left in the world with Malaysia and Indonesia being the only significant range states. Efforts to breed them in captivity have so far been unsuccessful.

The Sumtran Rhinos are an important part of Malaysian Heritage.
Majority of the Sumatran Rhino population is located in Malaysia. Being the world's most endangered Rhino species and also the world's smallest rhino species, the Sumatran Rhinos are only part of Malaysian heritage but is also part of the global wildlife community.

Help us save the Sumatran Rhino by saying NO to Rhino by-products.

'Save Our Sumatran Rhinos' is a nationwide community project initiated by Honda Malaysia and WWWF-Malaysia with the support from Sabah Wildlife Department, Sabah Forestry Department, Sabah Parks, Sabah Foundation and Perhilitan.

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Leah Ray said...

Lovely blog! I just discovered it doing a search for Sumatran rhinos. I used to live in Malaysia and visited the Rhino research centre once. It broke my heart when the rhinos there died.

I have a blog about animals, etc., in Malaysia at I hope you'll take a look, although I haven't updated it since moving back home to America in Dec of last year.

I loved every minute of my five years in Malaysia and would love to move back someday.

Keep up the great blogging!

Michael said...

I cant make any provisions so that I can stay at Malaysia for an extended period but I can definitely avail rents in the Holiday villas as this is one place I cant afford to miss, the eagerness to be there had already been there in me and reading about them in details only increases my passion for it.