Monday, 28 March 2011
VIDEO: PRU Sarawak: Conservationist want whole forest for orang utan?
VIDEO of CM Taib after the jump
In addition, the government had placed these animals under its "Totally Protected Animal" whereby offenders could be fined RM30,000 and jailed for two years for hunting them," he told a candlelight news conference here last night after the Earth Hour event here Saturday night.
Penguang said there were an estimated 2,500 to 3,000 Orang Utan living in the three habitats, of which the Lantjak Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary and the Batang Ai National Park share common borders with the Kalimantan Indonesia.
Below we have Sarawak Chief Minister, Pehin Seri Taib Mahmud explaining how Sarawak takes care of its forests and where the orang utans are being protected in areas that are as large as the state of Selangor