John, a young conservationist is on an assignment. He went with his family on a vacation in Pangkor Laut Island, a beautiful resort island in Perak, West Malaysia. There are native wildlife on Pangkor Island, which only has a population of about 25,000. The Pangkor Laut Resort has a conservation programme. John, as an environmental detective, is shooting a video about the wildlife and will reflect on what he can do as a young conservationist on this trip. Look out for his native friends, such as hornbills, sun-basking monitor lizards, wild boars and others!
Conservation on Pangkor Island
John gets his siblings to hike around Pangkor Island
Come on! Let's go hiking and find out more about this island!
Full of interesting wildlife, they saw hornbills
Exotic Hornbills can be seen frequently, living in pairs.
Fruitbats hanging on trees, some flocking about
Boy! There are many Fruit Bats on the island: veryactive and quite harmless!
Monitor lizards basking in the sun, monkeys on trees, turtles, wild boars... John, the young conservationist, was delighted!
Ar.gh! This place is full of plastic garbage!! They harm the environment!
Then they saw a mountain of plastic garbage, coollected from the neighbouring sea and beaches
John and his siblings decided to do something about protecting the environment.
Let's teach more people about the 3R: Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling can help us, our community, and the environment by saving money, energy, and natural resources.
The wild life on Pangkor is rich and interesting! Nice!