Which of the following are the endemic species that can be found in Malaysia?

What animal can only be found in Malaysia?

When visiting the Kinabalu National Park, make sure to look out for certain animals, including orangutan, rhinoceros hornbill, leopard, Malayan weasel, Bornean gibbon, bearded pig, tarsier, elephant, and mountain serpent-eagle among other species of wildlife in Malaysia.

How many species are there in Malaysia?

Malaysia is the twelfth richest mega-centre for biodiversity in the world, and we have over 185,000 species of animal species and 15,000 species of flowering plants (EPU, 1993).

What is the nicest month in Malaysia?

When is the best time to visit Malaysia? The months between March and October are considered the best time to visit the country. This period is characterised by mostly dry weather and clear skies.

What big cats are in Malaysia?

Peninsular Malaysia holds four big cats: the Indochinese tiger, the Malayan tiger, the Indochinese leopard and also the clouded leopard. Another major predator is the sunbear.

Does Malaysia have leopard?

In Malaysia, the leopard is present in Belum-Temengor, Taman Negara and Endau-Rompin National Parks. In April 2010, a spotted leopard was camera trapped in Taman Negara National Park, where previously only black leopards were thought to occur. It has also been recorded in secondary forests in Selangor and Johor states.

Does Malaysia have Fox?

According to Dr Sheema, both the Malayan flying fox (Pteropus vampyrus) and island flying fox (Pteropus hypomelanus) are classified as “Endangered” under Malaysia’s National Red List.

Why is biodiversity high in Malaysia?

The large number of species is due to the wet tropical climate, favourable conditions for the growth and evolution of plants and animals, as well as the presence of great diversity of habitats in Malaysia. These habitats include the seas, rivers, forests and mountains.

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