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Thu 05 Jan 2006
WildAsia - articles Singapore bats and Malaysian tigers
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From the latest WildAsia.net newsletter...
"Talking Tough About Tigers." By Amy Tan. WildAsia, 04 Jan 2006.
A chat with Eugene Lee, the usually low-profile Regional Projects Coordinator at TRAFFIC, South East Asia. Find out why Malaysian tigers are dying out and why it is so important to save them. Find out about tiger poaching, tiger habitats, tiger eating, tiger hunting, tiger laws and oh, a little bit about ourselves. [Link]
"Singapore Goes to Bat." By Rick Gregory. WildAsia.net, 04 Jan 2006.
When the city expands and habitats shrink, where does the wildlife go? They adapt and improvise. Bats in Singpore are making flyovers, water tanks, houses and WW2 relics their homes, as RICK GREGORY finds out from two Singaporean conservation officers (Benjamin Lee and Derek Liew) training in Malaysian jungles to learn more about the behaviours of this flying mammal. [Link]
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