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Borneo is home to some of the most diverse wildlife in the whole of South East Asia. We begin at Mt Kinabalu and continue to the pristine Danum Valley, a nature lover's paradise whose beauty and animals are equalled only by Sarawak and the World Heritage Mulu N.P. with its immense cave system and the oldest rainforest in the world.
This is a compilation of some of the wildlife encounters we had during our stay in Malaysia (Peninsula and Sabah in Borneo). For a full trip report: check http://mammaling.wordpress.com later this summer. *All animals in this video are wild, except one habituated Malay tapir and a habituated red muntjac
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Zoos are supposed to be about conservation and helping animals. But wildlife experts say some zoos, particularly those that are privately funded, all too often engage in the illegal wildlife trade. At one zoo in southern Malaysia, Al Jazeera was offered several animals for sale including leopard cats, which are protected by international conventions banning their trade. Al Jazeera's Laura Kyle reports (23 Mar 2010) At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jaz...
SAFARI MALAYSIA ep. 5 Lost in Tiger Jungle Let’s enter the jungle on a MYCAT cat walk. Zookeepers from the United States are in Malaysia to help the critically endangered Malayan Tiger. These walks offer a chance to look for snare traps and other signs of illegal poaching as well as explore the beautiful forest. Malayan Tiger: http://malayantiger.net/v4/ Tiger Walk Program http://www.citizenactionfortigers.my/ Thanks for watching! Your views help wildlife. Connect with Brian’s Art for Animals: https://www.facebook.com/art4animals https://www.youtube.com/c/BriansArtforAnimals
Malaysia's rainforest is one of the most biodiverse in the world and one of the last habitats for wild tigers / The wild elephants of the forest are drawn to cultivated land / Conflicts between humans and animals are inevitable / No one wants to share the habitat with dangerous animals. The Malaysian jungle is an ecosystem of great biodiversity. In the shelter of the forest wild elephants, tigers, tapirs, and a rich bird life can be found. But rapid deforestation is threatening the future of many species of wildlife. While willingness to protect the rainforest is growing as prosperity increases, nature and species protection conflicts with the need to improve living conditions for the rural population. You can download this documentation here: http://tvnzzshop.com/all-downloads/malaysian...
101 East exposes an infamous wildlife trafficker at the helm of an illegal multi-million dollar business. More from 101 East on: YouTube - http://aje.io/101eastYouTube Facebook - http://facebook.com/101east Twitter - http://twitter.com/aj101east Instagram - http://instagram.com/aj101east Website - http://aljazeera.com/101east
These collection of photos were taken from camera traps set up by WWF-Malaysia in the forests of Sabah. These photos of wildlife only show some of the mammal species in Sabah.
Borneo is the world’s third largest island. Shrouded in mist, this tropical island teems with strange and exotic life. In this vast jungle, snakes fall from the sky and lizards fly to survive. Some of the rarest, strangest and most magnificent creatures on earth call this place home. Pygmy elephants and the Sumatran rhino move quietly through the undergrowth while birds, bugs and bats inhabit some of the most spectacular cave formations on the planet. Borneo, an Island in the clouds.
One of 98 pangolins rescued by Malaysias Wildlife and National Parks Department following a raid on a house in Alor Setar in the northern state of Kedah, Peninsular Malaysia in August 2009. The animals were later released into a protected area. It is believed they were destined for export. One man was arrested in connection with the case. If found guilty on all counts he has been charged with, he faces a maximum of 23 years in jail.
'On Borrowed Time', launched in conjunction with World Tiger Day 2011, trains a spotlight on the poaching crisis in Belum-Temengor and calls for the problem to be put on the national agenda. These forests in northern Perak are of critical importance for the conservation of tigers and other endangered species, yet research and monitoring by WWF-Malaysia and TRAFFIC Southeast Asia since 2008 have documented decimation of the wildlife by relentless illegal hunting, with little standing in poachers' way. Filmed by award-winning Malaysian documentary makers Novista for WWF-Malaysia and TRAFFIC Southeast Asia.
Donation Page: http://www.artofconservation.ca/RMBolton/support.htm A short film of the many rare and unique species from the rain forests of Borneo (Malaysia) as encountered by biologist and filmmaker, Ryan M. Bolton. Multiple sites were documented over a month period, and this film focuses entirely on the visual appeal of wildlife--with a few shots detailing the effort thrown in for good measure!--and without any narration or text. I enjoy presenting in this format, as it seeks to be nothing more than a 'highlight reel', but usually achieves so much more when viewed by the right audience. If nothing else, I hope you find it a good way to spend eight minutes. Enjoy! Filmed and edited by Ryan M. Bolton, MSc The Art of Conservation © Ryan M. Bolton All imagery available for purchase w...
This is a short animation I did for my portfolio and so that I could get a feel for what I want to do in the near future at university :-) I don't think I've done something which I'm so happy with and i can't wait to explore further into the big wide world of animation! Enjoy! :-)
Since independence in 1957, Malaysia has been one of Asia's success stories. Despite rapid economic growth and urbanization, the country remains home to large tracts of pristine rainforest. Incursions by wildlife poachers from Thailand and Vietnam, however, are a growing problem. Conservationists are adopting, and adapting, new technology to help save the country's endangered species. Ivan Broadhead reports from Perak State.
It was a joy to discover Sabah’s wildlife on a recent trip to this part of Malaysia. See more of Sabah's wildlife and some exclusive special offers to get you to Borneo, in our photo feature, Orangutan island: falling in love with animals in Borneo: http://livesharetravel.com/20950/orangutan-island-falling-love-animals-borneo-photos/ Music: Water Lily, The 126ers
Between the Andaman sea and the Strait of Malacca, the Malaysian peninsula has seen spectacular growth in under a quarter of a century. Primary forests, mountains, idyllic islands, a fine sandy coastline and exceptional wildlife: Malaysia is one of the world’s richest regions in terms of biodiversity. But the population, too, is an equally colourful kaleidoscope. Malay, Chinese, Indian and Tamil populations, along with other ethnic minorities, line the amazing itinerary covered by Pierre Brouwers, from futuristic sky-scrapers to impenetrable jungle.
Captain Quack & Lady Quack had a good time visiting the Wildlife Park at Sunway Lagoon Theme Park Malaysia. We made this video in just 3 days! Produced & Directed by - Jagdeepak Singh (Jag) Cameraman - John Gullidge
This video was recorded in a forest of Peninsular Malaysia as part of the research project 'The Management & Ecology of Malaysian Elephants'. For more details about the project visit www.meme-elephants.org or www.facebook.com/MEME.project. MEME is a joint project between the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus and the Department of Wildlife and National Parks Peninsular Malaysia (PERHILITAN)