The dying sumatranæsehorn no longer exists in Malaysia, after a 25-year-old she-rhinos are dead.
The last surviving sumatranæsehorn in Malaysia is dead.
It informs the local authorities on the night of Sunday, Danish time. It writes the AFP news agency.
Sumatranæsehorn was formerly common in the eastern India and Malaysia.
But næsehornene has almost been eradicated, and at the present time, there are just 80 sumatranæsehorn back on the world stage. It estimates world wide fund for nature (WWF).
There exists today only a handful of wild sumatranæsehorn, and the wild population is located in Indonesia alone.
The last sumatranæsehorn in Malaysia was a 25-year-old she named Iman, who is now dead of cancer. Casinomaxi
It informs Augustine Tuuga, who is the director of the authority in Malaysia, dealing with wildlife.
the Rhinoceros was on the part of the island of Borneo, under the jurisdiction of the Malaysia.
She was beginning to suffer greatly under the increasing pressure from svulsterne, says Augustine Tuuga.
- I think we can confirm that sumatranæsehornet now extinct in Malaysia.
The last he of the species in Malaysia, which was called Tam, died in may of this year. Tam lived in the same area on Borneo as the now deceased she.
According to John Payne, who is the director of the organisation Borneo Rhino Alliance, is sumatranæsehornene been hit hard by several factors.
Including changes in the climate, the vegetation and the hunt for ingredients for traditional chinese medicine.
Since 2011 in Malaysia tried to breed næsehornsracen through artificial insemination, but no luck. It writes the news agency Reuters.
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 24 November 2019, 06:00