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WWF peeks into mysterious life of Borneo's pygmy elephants

The same satellite system used by the U.S. military to track vehicle convoys in Iraq is helping World Wildlife Fund shed light on the little-known world of pygmy elephants in Borneo. . .. "No one has ever studied...

WWF captures first-ever photo of wild rhino on Borneo

See the picture .. . The rhino is believed to be one of a population of as few as 13 whose existence was confirmed during a field survey last year in the interior forests of Sabah, Malaysia, an area known as the "Heart of Borneo." A handful of rhinos are thought to survive in a...
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