The habitat of the Malayan tiger — a single of the world’s most endangered tigers — is staying threatened by a strange fruit. For the reason that of a expanding demand in China for durian, a ‘smelly’ and controversial fruit, Malaysian forests are remaining cleared to make room for expanding the crop. This deforestation could damage the chances of survival for the Malayan tigers, of which only 300 continue being in the earth. Forests in the Malaysian region of Raub, home of the Malayan tiger, have develop into a well-known desired destination for “durian excursions.” As these, this forested land is being

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