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Conservation of orang-utans and tigers in Malaysia – interventions and progress of work from the field.

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In the mid 2000s, the Wildlife Conservation Society started investing on a long-term project protecting orang-utans in Sarawak and tigers in Southern Peninsular Malaysia. The work included anti-poaching patrols, field surveys to determine the population of these targeted species as well as soliciting support from the communities via conservation education. Empirical data from the field is shown.

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