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Mammalian wildlife conservation efforts in Malaysia: an agricultural perspective

, : Mammalian wildlife conservation efforts in Malaysia: an agricultural perspective. Planter 71(834): 409-416

Wildlife is an integral part of agricultural systems which form both natural and adopted habitats. With a substantial percentage of present land use in Malaysia falling under the agricultural category, the need to draw up an agricultural policy which accommodates conservation efforts is essential. A review of the present status of agricultural development should be undertaken so that further degradation of natural habitats to fulfil agricultural objectives is justifiable and genuine.

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