Malaysia, including Malaysia Borneo, is one of the most bio-diverse countries in Asia with over 2000 endemic (native) species. However, most of the Malaysian wildlife is under threat, but to what level? Currently, the top 5 endangered animals are Malayan tiger, Malayan tapir, Bornean Orangutan, Asian Elephant and Black Shrew.
All are found in Malaysia. “Malaysia’s global position in providing habitat to some of the most charismatic and endangered flagship mammal species, such as the tiger, Asian elephant and orang utan has to be recognised and emphasised,” said WWF-Malaysia’s National Programme Director Dr Arun Venkataraman.
Some endangered animals in Malaysia are as follow :-. 5. Black Shrew • The Black Shrew (Suncus ater) is a white-toothed shrew only known from Mount Kinabalu in the Malaysian state of Sabah on the island of Borneo. It is listed as a critically endangered species due to habitat loss and a restricted range.
The Malayan Water Shrew, scientifically named the Chimarrogale hantu, is a species of shrew found only in Selangor in Malaysia. The species was initially listed as critically endangered but it is currently listed as near threatened. This species of shrew has a black coat on the top, tail surface, and sides, and a white underside.
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