MPOC: Reports on orangutan decline in Sabah 'inaccurate, misleading'

Modified 23 Jul 2019, 3:20 am

The Malaysian Palm Oil Council today lambasted several media articles regarding a World Wildlife Fund Malaysia report for allegedly pinning the decline of the orangutan population in Sabah on the palm oil industry.

In a statement today, the council claimed that the articles, which were based on WWF-Malaysia's “Changes to Sabah's orangutan population in recent times” report were inaccurate and misleading...

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