The Sumatran Rhino Has Gone Extinct in the Malaysian Wild

Eccorazzi

According to a new study, the Sumatran rhino is now considered extinct in the wild in Malaysia. Sumatran rhinos have not been found in Malaysia since 2007, and what are Read More The post The Sumatran Rhino Has Gone Extinct in the Malaysian Wild appeared first on Ecorazzi.

Russian Tiger Summit Predicts Tiger Extinction By 2022 If More Is Not Done

Eco Friendly Daily

However, in the past seventy years three subspecies of tigers have become extinct, the Bali, Caspian and Javan. There are currently only 3,200 tigers left, which many expect to become extinct in the near future. A century ago, an estimated 100,000 tigers roamed in the earth in the wild.

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Why Are Rhinos Endangered?

Greentumble

The Javan rhino is now found only in Indonesia and Vietnam, the Sumatran rhino in only Indonesia and Malaysia, and the Indian rhino is present only in small sections of India and Nepal. Evidence of prehistoric rhinos can be found right after that of the extinction of the dinosaurs.

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5-Year-Old Rhino to Save Species

Eco Friendly Daily

Next week, a 5-year-old Sumatran rhino born in captivity will be sent to Indonesia to breed and help save its species from extinction. There are less than 300 of this species of rhino left in Malaysia and Sumatra. Conservation groups are hoping the young, energetic rhino, named Andalas, will fall in love with females Rosa and Ratu, who are waiting for him at a rhino sanctuary on Sumatra Island.

Predators, Prey, and the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Sierra Club Compass

More than 160 species of sharks are categorized as at risk of extinction, ranging from near threatened to critically endangered.

Birds of the Indonesian Archipelago: Greater Sundas and Wallacea–A Field Guide Review

10,000 Birds

So–the book covers islands that belong to the Republic of Indonesia and to Malaysia. But, it doesn’t cover all or Indonesia or all of Malaysia. I’ve never been to the Indonesian Archipelago, but I really like the birds there.

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Why Are Pangolins Endangered?

Greentumble

Lacking the charisma of the largest or fastest animals of the world, the fact that they are being poached to extinction has gone largely unnoticed by the world. What would happen if pangolins go extinct? And becoming harder to find since they are on the brink of extinction.

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15 Strategies to Reduce Deforestation

Greentumble

Vast areas of rainforests in a number of tropical countries, including Indonesia, Brazil, and Malaysia, have been destroyed to make way for palm oil, soy plantations and cattle ranches. Forests are one of the most important. ecosystems on Earth.

Why Is Recycling Important?

Greentumble

According to BBC News , the increasing demand for aluminum causes great environmental pollution in Malaysia. Recycling is more important today than ever before. The amount of waste produced worldwide is estimated to triple by 2025, from 0.68 billion tons per year [1].

The Last Tree for Orangutans

Conservancy Talk

Once spread throughout the forests of Southeast Asia, they are now found only on the island of Sumatra and Indonesian Borneo , and few places in Malaysia. If deforestation continues at its current pace, orangutans will go extinct.

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The Jewel Hunter: A Book Review About One Birder’s Quest for Pittas and Beer

10,000 Birds

Schneider’s Pitta was thought to be extinct for over fifty years. There is a surprising amount of suspense incorporated in the tale, reaching its apex when Gooddie flies to Sabah, East Malaysia with three old friends to find the “mythical” Giant Pitta.

Palms Up To Palm Oil

Eco Friendly Daily

Other countries that are increasingly dependent on palm oil export include Malaysia and Papua New Guinea. However, this is countered by the environmental costs – from deforestation and associated emissions to habitat destruction and species extinctions.

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Fish Stocks Moving To Cold Water

Eco Friendly Daily

This will lead to massive extinctions of marine species outside the cold zones due to the complete disruption of eco-systems in tropical areas. Countries like Malaysia and India will suffer, while countries like Russia, Norway and Canada will cash in.