Putting an end to man-elephant conflicts in Sabah

Putting an end to man-elephant conflicts in Sabah

Malaysiakini - News·2019-11-11 15:08

When forests make way for agricultural activities and human settlements are built close to wildlife habitats, where will the animals go in search of food? No prizes for guessing the answer.

In Sabah, which is known for its Borneo pygmy elephant population, conflicts between humans and elephants have existed since 1960 when oil palm plantations started creeping into forested areas.

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