Conservation on Pangkor Island

Conservation on Pangkor Island
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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!

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  • 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!
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