Credit: © Lau Ching Fong / WWF-Malaysia
WWF-Malaysia’s tiger conservation work focuses on the Belum-Temengor Forest Complex, in Northern Perak. This landscape is one of three priority sites for tigers in Malaysia, as identified under the National Tiger Conservation Action Plan in 2008.
Aside from being an important site for tigers, Belum-Temengor is home to large iconic mammals such as sambar deer, elephants and gaur. It is also a bird-watching paradise, being one of only two sites in Malaysia where all ten species of hornbill have been recorded.
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