Malaysia Wildlands Project aims to protect and restore the natural heritage of Malaysia through the establishment of a connected system of wildlands.
Your contribution will be channeled to planting native trees equal to the amount of carbon emission your travel to or within Malaysia has put out. A percentage will go to the purchase of marginal land along critical wildlife habitats to serve as buffer zones between habitats.
Dusky Leaf Monkey of Langkawi
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The most dominant geological feature is the primary dark-grey limestone of the Setul Formation. It is among the oldest limestone formations in Malaysia. It is estimated to have been formed about 500 million years ago during the Ordovician and Lower Devonian period. This is when primitive fish and corals first appeared. [Read more]
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