Our Conservation projects in Malaysia
Why focus on conservation projects in Malaysia?
Malaysia being a developing country is trying to balance development whilst retaining its high biodiversity. Malaysia is the worlds 12th most biodiverse country in the world. It is home to endemic animals such as the Bornean Orangutan, Pygmy Elephants, Malayan tiger, Argus Pheasant and more. The seas of Malaysia and Indonesia are just as amazing with a large proportion of Malaysian seas within the Coral triangle which has the highest marine biodiversity in the world. Malaysia is doing a good job with its conservation whilst developing a strong and educated nation. Malaysia has some good policies, a government who has some control and most importantly a caring and passionate general public making Malaysia a hopeful place for successful conservation projects in the world.