Credit: © Raymond Alfred / WWF-Malaysia
Forests act as carbon storehouses to alleviate the devastating effects of climate change, especially global warming. Tropical forests continue to provide us with necessities, water, oxygen and flood control functions.
Sabah’s tropical rainforests house habitats for rich biodiversity – namely 224 mammalian, 589 bird, 112 amphibian and 215 reptilian species – that are vital for maintaining healthy ecosystems.
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Sunrise At Tun Mustapha Park
Marine Biodiversity at Tun Mustapha Park
Bed of Seagrass
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