30 Sep '17, 6am

Dwindling flying fox numbers in Malaysia threaten durian industry

Many are unaware that the extinction of flying foxes could potentially have a great effect on the multi-million ringgit local durian industry. According to flying fox specialist, Dr. Sheema Abdul Aziz, these bats are major pollinators of durian trees. Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation...

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