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Michelle Yeoh and Orangutan in Sepilok Sabah

Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre was established in 1964 to return orphaned apes back to the wild. I visited the place during my backpacking old days and would like to recommend it as a must not miss tourist attraction in Sabah.

Once ranging from China to Java, orangutans now survive only on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo. They could be extinct in less than 50 years if nothing is done to protect them and the forest they depend on. Due to poaching and illegal logging, orangutans have lost their natural habitat and forced into smaller areas, making it difficult for them to sustain long-term population and biodiversity.

Malaysian Bond girl, Michelle Yeoh will bring you to Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre to have a glimpse on the rehabilitation process for her adopted “baby”.

Part 1 of 3

[youtube:”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfguwUEK0Zg”]

Watch the Part 2 and 3 here >>>

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Dabangg of Muar says:

i agreed with you here.
imagine an alien comes to Muar and start eating human being as exotic food …. karma in action.

i think we must inform those who continue to take exotic food about the potential diseases that can kill them off as these virus may strike once they are awakened from hibernation in the instentines !

Dabangg of Muar says:

Michelle Yeoh imitating Julia Roberts hugging a Orang Utan ?

She should be the the lady supporting the ban of exotic wildlife trafficking to Malaysia; and I think her hubby supports that too.

nkkhoo
I realised our Muar folks like exotic food and hope your blog discourages people consuming such exotic wildlife food.

nkkhoo says:

You either report it to police or keep quiet for not offending your friends. The advice to those people is unknown killer viruses are hiding in these animals, the nature will strike back if humankind eats everything out of survival needs.

I hv stopped talking exotic food since 20 year ago. Do it from ourselves first before asking others to do the same.

Mashita says:

The locals like to ear porcupine, as it is not haram with the taste of pork.

nkkhoo says:

May be the meat can be used for halal bak kut teh. Another good business opportunity to penetrate Muslim market.

The meat is very expensive in China, its price can up to RM300 per kg.

Ravi says:

Porcupine is called landak in Malaysia.
It also means ‘babi berduri’.
Somehow is is halal as I see many malays eat it.

nkkhoo says:

Chinese called it earth pig.

Dabangg of Muar says:

Jakim calls it halal then ?

nkkhoo says:

May be they will label anything associated with pig name is haram. Guinea pig may be one of them.