* Wildlife Conservation Act 2010

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Laws of MALAYSIA ONLINE VERSION of the PRINT TEXT that UPDATES Act 716 WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT 2010 As at 1 October 2014 2 WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT, 2010 date of Assent......... 21 October 2010 date of publication in the Gazette......... 4 November 2010 Kali terakhir dipinda melalui P.U.(A)108/2014 yang mula berkuat kuasa pada ... ... ... ... ... April 18, 2014 3 laws of MALAYSIA Act 716 WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT 2010 ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS part I preliminary section 1. Short title and commencement 2. Application of the 3. Interpretation part II APPOINTMENT OF OFFICERS, etc.
4. Appointment of officers, etc.
5. Delegation of authority 6. Power of Minister to give directions 7. The authority of the Director-General to issue the order 8. Carry and use weapons PART III LICENSING PROVISIONS Chapter 1 the requirements for the license, etc.
9. Kehendak bagi lesen 4 Undang-Undang Malaysia AKTA 716 Seksyen 10. Requirements for permit 11. Requirements for special permit Chapter 2 application for license, etc.

12. application for license, etc.
13. Information or additional documents 14. Grant of a license, etc.
15. The authority to impose additional conditions and to alter or cancel conditions 16. Validity of licence, etc.
17. Carry or display license, etc.
18. Changes in the details of 19. Loss of license, etc.
20. Replacement of license, etc.
21. Assignment of license, etc.
22. The return of the license, etc., upon the expiry of 23. Suspension or revocation of licences, etc.
24. Licenses, etc., be void, 25. Appeal Chapter 3 Various 26. Hunting by means of shooting 27. No license during the close of 28. Prerequisites to run the zoo, etc.
29. the prohibition of possession, etc., of the snares of 30. The son of wildlife are fully protected as wildlife covered 31. Obstacles to hold the license, etc.
32. limitation in granting license or permit wildlife conservation 5 Section 33. Express 34. Director-General's power to set the rules 35. Director-General's power to set the terms of PART IV DUTIES and OBLIGATIONS of LICENSED HUNTERS, etc.

36. a licensed Hunter shall record the details of particular 37. A licensed dealer shall keep a record of 38. Licensed taxidermy members shall keep records 39. Acceptance of wildlife to available, etc., by a licensed taxidermy members 40. The sale of wildlife that is protected by a licensed Hunter 41. The sale of bird's nest by collector's nest 42. The purchase of wildlife that is protected by a licensed dealer or a member of a licensed taxidermy 43. Period of wildlife can be sold by licensed dealers of 44. Issuance of receipts of 45. Penandaan hidupan liar 46. Menyimpan hidupan liar di premis lain BAHAGIAN V RIZAB HIDUPAN LIAR DAN KAWASAN PERLINDUNGAN HIDUPAN LIAR 47. Perisytiharan rizab hidupan liar dan kawasan perlindungan hidupan liar 48. Kebenaran untuk memasuki rizab hidupan liar dan kawasan perlindungan hidupan liar 49. Larangan perbuatan tertentu di dalam rizab hidupan liar dan kawasan perlindungan hidupan liar 6 Undang-Undang Malaysia AKTA 716 BAHAGIAN VI PENGECUALIAN AM DAN ANGGAPAN Seksyen 50. Memburu, dsb., bagi maksud pemuliharaan 51. Orang asli boleh memburu hidupan liar tertentu 52. Pegawai boleh memburu hidupan liar 53. The owner or occupier of the land may use rubber birds to destroy birds that feed grain 54. Capture or kill wildlife to protect crops 55. Wildlife be dangerous towards human life can be instantly killed 56. Presumption attempting to hunt if denak used 57. Assumption of using snares 58. Presumption against 59 residents. Description based on assumptions PART VII OFFENCES and PENALTIES Chapter 1 Offences relating to licence 60. Hunt, etc., protected wildlife without a licence 61. Hunt, etc., protected wildlife which is not mature without licence 62. Hunting, wildlife etc., females covered unlicensed 63. Carries on the business of dealing, etc., without license 64. Collecting bird's nest without license 65. Import, etc., protected wildlife without a licence Chapter 2 Offences relating to permits 66. Zoo, etc., without permits 67. Conduct research or study without permit wildlife conservation 7 Chapter 3 Offences relating to special permit Section 68. Hunt, etc., are fully protected wildlife without special permit 69. Hunt, etc., protected wildlife is not fully mature without special permit 70. Hunting, wildlife etc., females who are fully protected without special permit 71. Import, etc., are fully protected wildlife without special permit 72. Use, etc., are fully protected wildlife without special permits 73. Conduct research or studies without special permit Chapter 4 a variety of 74. Damage, etc., the nest or eggs of protected wildlife 75. Damage, etc., the nest or eggs of wildlife are fully protected 76. Hunting, etc., of the wildlife reserves or protected areas wildlife 77. Hunting wildlife at the time prohibited 78. Hunting of wildlife that is covered at the season-closing 79. Hunting wildlife with poison, etc.
80. The hunting wildlife with weapons or traps in addition to prescribed 81. Hunting, etc., of wildlife within four hundred metres of the saltlicks 82. Hunting wildlife from carrier 83. Possession of license, etc., which shows the name of someone else 84. License, etc., stored in different address 85. Interrupting the saltlicks or surrounding area 86. Mistreatment of wildlife 87. Object contains wildlife issue that fully protected 88. Provoking wildlife 8 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 PART VIII POWERS RELATING to ENFORCEMENT of Section 89. Offences under the Act an offence may arrest 90. Authorization to a public officer 91. Card power 92. Power of investigation of 93. The power of arrest 94. Search and seizure warrants with 95. Search and seizure without a warrant 96. Inspection of the 97. Power to enter lands 98. Power to enter premises 99. Access to computerized data 100. Erect, etc., restrictions in the street, etc.
101. The power to stop, search and seize the carrier

102. A warrant is admissible even if flawed 103. Senarai benda yang disita 104. The temporary return of the 105 transporter. Disposal of wildlife 106. The power to require the attendance of the person who has knowledge of the 107 cases. Examination of the people with knowledge of the case of 108. Admissibility of statements as evidence of 109. The release of a thing seized 110. Forfeiture of wildlife, etc., seized 111. Wildlife of property rights, etc., of the dilucuthakkan 112. Kos memegang hidupan liar, dsb., yang disita 113. There are no costs or damages arising from seizure can be retrieved 114. Barriers to search 115. The extra power 9 Wildlife Conservation Section 116. A merger of the offence of PART IX AM 117. Species controlled 118. Hybrid characterized species controlled 119. Prohibition against activities comparative genomic 120. The purchase of protected wildlife, etc., by anyone other than a licensed dealer, etc.
121. The sale of wildlife hunted with unlawful 122. Laporan mengenai hidupan liar berbahaya hendaklah dibuat 123. Reports are made to the public officer shall be conveyed to 124. Offences by body corporate 125. General error 126. Compounding of offences 127. An initial prosecution 128. Protection from legal action and legal proceedings 129. Public authorities Protection Act 1948 130. The whistleblower protection 131. Rewards of 132. 133 regulations. Minister's power to make exceptions 134. The power to amend the schedule of 135. Provision for revocation and exclusion of 136. The transitional provisions of the FIRST SCHEDULE SECOND SCHEDULE of the THIRD SCHEDULE of the FOURTH SCHEDULE of the FIFTH SCHEDULE of the 10 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 SIXTH SEVENTH SCHEDULE SCHEDULE Section 11 laws of MALAYSIA Act 716 WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT 2010 an act to provide for the protection and conservation of wildlife and for matters connected therewith.

Enacted by the Parliament of Malaysia as follows: part I preliminary short title and commencement 1. (1) this Act may be cited as the Wildlife Conservation Act of 2010.

(2) of this Act come into force on such date as the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette.


The adoption of this Act applicable to Peninsular Malaysia and the Federal territory of Labuan.

(2) this Act shall not apply to any wildlife which includes under List II of the ninth schedule of the Constitution and the Fisheries Act 1985 [Act 317].



12 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Interpretation 3. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "members licensed taxidermy" means a person who is granted a license to conduct business member of taxidermy under this Act;

"part or derivative" means any large section complete or part or derivative of a wildlife, which in natural form, to be filled, didinginkan, diawetkan, dried, processed or otherwise treated or prepared that can or cannot be is contained in preparations, and includes — (a) the meat, bones, skin, belulang, canine, deer horns, horns, glands, hairs, feathers, fronds, claws, teeth, shells, nest and egg sisik;

(b) tissue, blood, fat, oil, milk, can, saliva, urine and feces;

(c) any compound arising from anything referred to in paragraph (a) or (b); or (d) any substance that is claimed by any person, or obtained from an accompanying document, the packaging, a label or mark or of any other circumstances, to contain any part or derivative of wildlife;

"immediate danger to human life" means the dangers with which there is reason to believe that if any wildlife is not arrested or killed, wildlife can result in loss of human life;

"export" means bring or cause to be taken out from Malaysia through land, sea or air, any wildlife or any part or derivative of wildlife;
Wildlife Conservation 13 "re-export" means export of any wildlife or any part or derivative of any wildlife that previously imported;

"hybrid" hybrid yields means — (a) any wildlife with any other animals; or (b) any wildlife with other wildlife species;

"wildlife" means any species of wild animal or wild bird, whether fully covered or covered, vertebrata or invertebrata, living or dead, mature or immature and may either tamed or bred in captivity or not;

"wildlife is protected" means any wildlife specified in the first schedule;

"wildlife are fully protected" means any wildlife specified in the second schedule;

"wildlife is not mature" means any wildlife which do not meet the standard of maturity specified in the third schedule;

"hutan simpanan kekal" mempunyai erti yang diberikan kepadanya dalam Akta Perhutanan Negara 1984 [Akta 313] "import" ertinya membawa atau menyebabkan supaya dibawa ke dalam Malaysia melalui darat, laut atau udara, mana-mana hidupan liar atau mana-mana bahagian atau terbitan mana-mana hidupan liar;

"jenut" termasuklah apa-apa mata air galian atau tanah yang mempunyai atau mengandungi garam atau apa-apa galian lain, yang berfaedah untuk kesihatan atau kebaikan jika dimakan oleh hidupan liar;

14 Undang-Undang Malaysia AKTA 716 "jerat" ertinya jerat yang dinyatakan dalam Jadual Ketujuh;

"kawasan perlindungan hidupan liar" ertinya suatu kawasan yang diisytiharkan di bawah Bahagian V sebagai suatu kawasan perlindungan hidupan liar;

"Ketua Pengarah" ertinya Ketua Pengarah Hidupan Liar dan Taman Negara;

"licence" means a licence granted under this Act;

"hunt" includes Chase, trap, catch, take or kill any wildlife in any manner prescribed, whether or not the Wildlife at that time or subsequently acquired, framed, arrested or killed;

"Minister" means the Minister charged with the responsibility for wildlife protection;


"open season" means a period in which wildlife is protected can be hunted as may be prescribed under this Act;

"Aboriginal" has the meaning assigned to it in the Aboriginal people Act 1954 [Act 134];

"officer" means an officer appointed under subsection 4 (1);

"pegawai pelesen"— (a) berhubungan dengan suatu lesen, ertinya Pengarah, Timbalan Pengarah atau Penolong Pengarah; and (b) in relation to a permit or special permit, means the Director-General;

"enforcement officers" means – (a) any officer;
Wildlife Conservation 15 (b) any police officer not below the rank of Inspector as provided for in the Police Act 1967 [Act 344];
(c) any appropriate customs officer as defined in section 2 of the Customs Act 1967 [Act 235]; and (d) any public officer authorized legally under section 90;

"inbreeding commercial brackets" means wildlife breeding in a controlled environment from parent mated or otherwise transfer gametnya in a controlled environment for commercial purposes;

"a licensed Hunter" means a person granted a licence to hunt any wildlife that is covered under this Act;

"collector's nest" means a person granted a licence to collect nest under this Act;

"pengangkut" ertinya apa-apa kenderaan, vesel, kapal, pesawat udara dan apa-apa kaedah pengangkutan yang lain sama ada melalui udara, laut atau darat;

"Director" means the Director of Wildlife and national parks;

"licensed dealer" means a person granted a licence to transact business under this Act;

"Assistant Director" means the Assistant Director of Wildlife and national parks;

"permit" means a permit granted under this Act;

"special permit" means a special permit granted under this Act;

16 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 "taxidermy business" means a business that involves the conduct of the following activities: (a) prepare, fixation, filling or melekapkan any wildlife or any part or derivative of any wildlife; or (b) make or create an item or thing from any wildlife or any part or derivative of any wildlife;

"controlled environment" includes an environment that is manipulated for the purpose of producing specimens of a particular species that has boundaries designed to prevent wildlife, eggs or the wildlife of gamet entering or leaving that particular environment, and generally features may include but not limited to home-made, waste removal, health care, protection from predators, and food supplied imitation;

"premises" includes any houses, buildings, huts, sheds, structures, platforms and land is either enclosed or built on it or not;

"pesticides" means any substance that is harmful to any wildlife as set out in the fourth schedule or any other materials which are accepted by the Government Chemist as dangerous to any wildlife;

"Ranger" means Rangers Wildlife and national parks;

"wildlife" means an area declared under part V as a wildlife reserve;

"the nest" means any residence, dens or any other structures built or used by any wildlife to — (a) prokreasi;
Wildlife Conservation 17 (b) lay their eggs;
(c) mengeramkan eggs;
(d) protect the eggs or the child's immature; atau (e) memelihara anak yang tidak matang;

"senjata" mempunyai erti yang diberikan kepadanya dalam Akta Senjata 1960 [Akta 206];

"spesies yang dikawal" ertinya mana-mana spesies yang dinyatakan dalam Jadual Kelima yang menimbulkan bahaya kepada kesihatan atau keselamatan mana-mana orang atau menimbulkan bahaya kepada harta, hidupan liar atau habitat hidupan liar;

"tanah Negeri" ertinya tanah Negeri mengikut pengertian Kanun Tanah Negara [Akta 56/1965];

"Timbalan Ketua Pengarah" ertinya Timbalan Ketua Pengarah Hidupan Liar dan Taman Negara;

"Timbalan Pengarah" ertinya Timbalan Pengarah Hidupan Liar dan Taman Negara;

"bait" includes any sound equipment or audio visual, lighting, salt or belerang used for the purpose of trapping any wildlife;

"poisonous baits" means any bait that can be attracted to any wildlife coated with, dyed, dilumur or otherwise filled with, poison;

"the business of dealing" means a business that involves the conduct of the following activities: (a) sell any wildlife or any part or derivative of any protected wildlife as food or for medical purposes;
18 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 (b) sell or buy for resale any part or derivative of any wildlife is protected; or (c) houses, mengurung or membiakkan any wildlife for sale.


PART II APPOINTMENT OF OFFICERS, etc.


Appointment of officers, etc.

4. (1) there shall be appointed a Director-General, any number of Deputy Directors General, directors, Deputy Directors, Assistant Directors and Rangers as may be necessary for the purposes of this Act.

(2) the Director General shall have general control over the appointed under this section.

(3) every appointment under this section shall be published in the Gazette.

(4) all officers appointed under this section shall be deemed to be public servants within the meaning of the Penal Code [Act 574].

(5) the Director General and Deputy Director-General shall have all the powers and discretion that is vested in the Director by this Act.


Delegation of authority 5. (1) the Director may, in writing, delegate any power or duty conferred upon him under this Act to any officer, subject to such terms and conditions as it thinks fit.
Wildlife Conservation 19 (2) a delegation under this section shall not preclude the Director-General of the implement or carry out yourself

pada bila-bila masa mana-mana kuasa atau kewajipan yang diwakilkan itu.


Power of Minister to give directions 6. The Minister may provide general instructions to the Director General in accordance with the Act on the exercise of the powers granted to, or an obligation to be fulfilled by, the Director-General or any other officer.


The authority of the Director-General to issue the order 7. The Director General may issue administrative orders, which in accordance with the provisions of this Act, with respect to the General control, training, duties and responsibilities of officers and for such other matters as are necessary or expedient for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this Act.


Carry and use weapons 8. Subject to order Administration Director General, an officer can carry and use weapons in carrying out its powers and duties under this Act.












20 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 PART III LICENSING PROVISIONS Chapter 1 the requirements for the license, etc.

Requirements for licences 9. (1) Tertakluk kepada peruntukan Akta ini, tiada seorang pun boleh — (a) memburu atau menyimpan mana-mana hidupan liar yang dilindungi;
(b) take or store any part or derivative of any wildlife is protected;

(c) collecting bird's nest;
(d) carries on the business of dealing;
(e) conduct business taxidermy;
(f) the import, export or re-export any wildlife or any part or derivative of any wildlife protected, unless he holds a licence granted under this Act.

(2) for the purposes of paragraph (1) (d), a separate license is required for each such business activities.

(3) a person who intends to carry on the business of dealing or taxidermy business in more than one place of business must apply for a separate license for each place of business.



21 wildlife conservation Requirements for permit 10. (1) subject to the provisions of this Act, no person shall — (a) operate a zoo;
(b) mengendalikan pembiakbakaan dalam kurungan komersial (c) mengendalikan sarkas atau pameran hidupan liar;
(d) to conduct research or studies on any wildlife protected, unless he holds a permit granted under this Act.

(2) if the conduct of the zoo, breeding in captivity commercial, circus or wildlife exhibition involving any wildlife are fully protected, the person must obtain a special permit in accordance with section 11 in respect of wildlife are fully protected it.


Requirements for special permit 11. Subject to the provisions of this Act, no person shall — (a) hunt or save any of protected wildlife in full or take or store any part or derivative of any wildlife are fully protected;

(b) import, export or re-export any fully protected wildlife or any part or derivative of any wildlife are fully protected;

(c) hunt any wildlife covered during closing;
22 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 (d) to conduct research or studies on any wildlife are fully protected;

(e) use any of the wildlife are fully protected for the handling of zoo, circus or living exhibition liarnya or inbreeding commercial brackets, unless he holds a special permit granted under this Act.

Bab 2 Permohonan bagi lesen, dsb.

Application for license, etc.

12. (1) a person may request that a licence or permit granted to him by submitting to the licensing officer an application in such form and manner as may be determined by the Director General.

(2) a person may request that a special permit granted to him by submitting a written request to the licensing officer stating the reason for making the application.

(3) an application under this section may be revoked at any time before the application is approved or rejected.


Information or additional documents 13. (1) the licensing officer may, at any time after receipt of an application under section 12, ask the applicant to provide licensing officer, within the period specified in the request, information or additional documents regarding the application.

Wildlife Conservation 23 (2) if the information or additional documents required under subsection (1) is not given by the applicant within the period specified in the request or any extension of time granted by the licensing officer, the application shall be deemed to have been withdrawn and no longer be continued, without prejudice to the right of the applicant to apply for a new one.


Grant of a license, etc.

14. (1) the licensing officer may, after considering an application made under section 12, approve or reject the application.

(2) in the case of an application for special permit, licensing officer may approve the application only upon approval of the Minister is obtained.

(3) If an application for a licence, permit or special permit approval, licence, permit or special permit shall be provided when the prescribed fee paid.

(4) a licence, permit or special permit may be granted subject to such conditions or restrictions as may be deemed by the licensing officer should be charged.

(5) the decision of the licensing officer to grant or not grant the licence, permit or special permit shall be communicated to the applicant by notice in writing as soon as reasonably practicable.


The authority to impose additional conditions and to alter or revoke terms 15. (1) the licensing officer may at any time — (a) impose any condition in addition to the licence, permit or special permit; or 24 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 (b) vary or revoke any conditions imposed on the licence, permit or special permit.

(2) if the licensing officer intends to take action under subsection (1), he shall give to the holder of a licence, permit or special permit is a written notice of its intention to do so and an opportunity to make representations in writing within the period specified in the notice.

(3) after the expiry period specified in the notice, and

After considering any representations made by the holder of a licence, permit or special permit, licensing officer must decide whether to impose, vary or revoke any conditions under subsection (1).

(4) licensing officer shall give to the holder of a licence, permit or special permit is a written notice of its decision under subsection (3) as soon as a practicable and such decision shall become effective on the date specified in the notice.


Validity of licence, etc.

16. A licence, permit or special permit, unless sooner suspended or revoked, shall be valid for such period as may be specified in the licence, permit or special permit it.


Carry or display license, etc.

17. (1) a holder of a licence, permit or special permit shall, as the case may be — (a) carry licence or special permit while hunting any wildlife or any part or derivative of any wildlife;

Wildlife Conservation 25 (b) display license in a conspicuous place in the pernigaannya, if he is a licensed dealer or a member of a licensed taxidermy; atau (c) apabila diminta oleh seorang pegawai, mengemukakan lesen, permit atau permit khas bagi pemeriksaan.

(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.


Change details of 18. A holder of a licence, permit or special permit shall, when there is any change on any of the details recorded in the licence, permit or permit specifically, immediately inform about the changes to the licensing officer.


Loss of license, etc.

19. If a licence, permit or special permit is lost, holder of a licence, permit or special permit shall be — (a) immediately make a police report about the loss;

(b) immediately inform the licensing officer about the loss; and (c) stop any activities permitted under the licence, permit or special permit until he got a copy of the licence, permit or special permit under section 20.




26 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Replacement licenses, etc.

20. (1) Jika suatu lesen, permit atau permit khas hilang, cacat atau rosak, pemegang lesen, permit atau permit khas itu boleh memohon bagi salinan lesen, permit atau permit khas itu daripada pegawai pelesen dan permohonan itu hendaklah disertai dengan fi yang ditetapkan dan— (a) dalam hal lesen, permit atau permit khas yang hilang, salinan laporan polis berhubung dengan kehilangan itu;
or (b) in the case of a licence, permit or special permit is defective or damaged, licence, permit or special permit original.

(2) the licensing officer can approve or reject an application under subsection (1).

(3) if the licensing officer approves the application, licensing officer shall issue a copy of the licence, permit or special permit with the word "DUPLICATE" endorsed on a copy of the licence, permit or special permit it.


Assignment of license, etc.

21. (1) a holder of a licence, permit or special permit may not assign any rights, duties, liabilities or obligations under the license, permit or permit specifically to any of the others.

(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.





Wildlife Conservation 27 return of license, etc., upon the expiry of 22. (1) a holder of a licence, permit or special permit shall return the licence, permit or permit specifically to licensing officer within fourteen days after the date of expiry.

(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.


Penggantungan atau pembatalan lesen, dsb.

23. (1) subject to subsection (2), a licensing officer may suspend or cancel a licence, permit or special permit if licensing officer is satisfied that — (a) the holder of a licence, permit or special permit that has violated any of the conditions specified in the licence, permit or special permit it;

(b) the holder of a licence, permit or special permit that has not complied with any provision of this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation;

(c) the holder of a licence, permit or special permit has been convicted of an offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation; or (d) the grant of a licence, permit or special permit has been fueled by false representation of fact by or on behalf of the holder of a licence, permit or special permit it.

(2) no licensing officer may suspend or cancel a licence, permit or special permit unless the licensing officer is satisfied, after giving the holder of a licence, permit or special permit an opportunity to make any representations in writing 28 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 which he desires to make, that the licence, permit or special permit should be suspended or revoked.

(3) If a licence, permit or special permit is suspended or cancelled, the licence, permit or special permit that will not be in force during the period of the suspension or of the date of cancellation, as the case may be.

(4) If a licence, permit or special permit is cancelled under subsection (1), the holder of a licence, permit or special permit shall immediately surrender the licence, permit or special permit to the licensing officer.

(5) the decision of the licensing officer to suspend or cancel a licence, permit or special permit or not suspend or cancel a licence, permit or special permit shall be communicated to the holder of a licence, permit or special permit by notice in writing as soon as reasonably practicable.


License, etc., be void, 24. Any licence, permit or special permit granted contrary to the provisions of this Act shall be invalid.


The appeal 25. (1) any person aggrieved — (a) by refusing to provide the licensing officer licence, permit or special permit; or (b) by the suspension or cancellation of a licence, permit or permit specifically, may, within thirty days after being notified in writing

on refusal, suspension or cancellation, appeal in writing against such decision to the Minister.

Wildlife Conservation 29 (2) the Minister may, after considering an appeal made under subsection (1), confirm or set aside the decision appealed, and the decision of the Minister shall be final.

Bab 3 Pelbagai Memburu dengan cara menembak 26. A licence or special permit to hunt any wildlife by means of shooting can only be granted if the person applying for a licence or special permit that holds weapons issued under the arms Act 1960 and the weapons license shall be submitted when applying for the licence or special permit.


No license during the close of 27. Except as provided in section 11, no license shall be granted for hunting any wildlife covered during closing.


Prerequisites to run the zoo, etc.

28. the licensing officer can not give a permit to operate the zoo, breeding in captivity, the circus or commercial exhibition wildlife, unless he is satisfied that — (a) the establishment or continuation of the establishment of zoo, inbreeding commercial brackets, circus or an exhibition of wildlife will not cause any adverse effects on the health or safety of any person or community in the surrounding areas;

30 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 (b) an emergency plan relating to epidemics, natural disasters and accidental release of any wildlife have been prepared; and (c) the person has not been previously convicted of an offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation or any other written law relating to cruelty against animals.


Prohibition had, etc., the snares of 29. (1) Tiada seorang pun boleh — (a) memiliki atau menyimpan apa-apa jerat; or (b) install, put or use any of the snares for the purpose of hunting any wildlife.

(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction — (a) in relation to an offence under paragraph (a), to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both; and (b) in relation to an offence under paragraph (b), to a fine not less than fifty thousand dollars and not more than one hundred thousand dollars and imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years.


The son of wildlife are fully protected as wildlife covered 30. The son of wildlife protected fully dibiakbaka in captivity for the purpose of commercial shall be deemed to be 31 wildlife conservation wildlife protected and are subject to a licence or permit, as the case may be.


Obstacles to hold the license, etc.

31. If a conviction for an offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation, he could be barred from holding any licence, permit or special permit for a period not exceeding five years commencing from the date of the proceedings in respect of the settled conviction with the final.


Limit in granting license or permit 32. (1) the licensing officer can provide license or permit in accordance with the prescribed quota.

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), licensing officer with the approval of the Minister may, from time to time, provide license or permit in addition to the prescribed quota.


Express 33. The Director-General shall keep and maintain the register of licences, permits and special permits granted under this Act.


Director-General's power to set the rules 34. The Director-General may, by rules published in the Gazette, prescribe the methods and means of disposal, quarantine, disease control or any wildlife, which shall be complied with by the operator zoo, inbreeding commercial brackets, circus or an exhibition of wildlife.


32 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Director General Power to set conditions for 35. The Director-General may, with the approval of the Minister, by order published in the Gazette, prescribe the terms and conditions in respect of the grant of a license, permit and special permit and without prejudice to the generality of the above can by particular sets of — (a) open season and the season closed with respect to protected wildlife;
(b) number of — (i) wildlife that may be hunted; and (ii) part or derivative of wildlife that may be taken;

(c) the method or manner any wildlife may be hunted, including the type of weapons or traps to be used;
(d) the time and place of any wildlife may be hunted, or the nest or eggs of any wild life can be taken;
(e) the quota licenses and permits to be given to — (i) for each activity specified under section 9 and 10;

(ii) every year or season open; and (iii) States, in respect of each protected wildlife or any part or derivative of wildlife; and (f) standard maturity of wildlife that may be hunted.




Wildlife Conservation 33 PART IV DUTIES and OBLIGATIONS of LICENSED HUNTERS, etc.

Licensed hunters shall record the details of particular 36. (1) a licensed Hunter hunting any wildlife that is protected or a special permit to hunt any wildlife are fully protected, if applicable, shall be recorded in the appropriate space provided in the licence or special permit — (a) the number, sex and wildlife species that are hunted;
(b) date and place of the wildlife hunted;
(c) method or how the wildlife hunted; and (d) the method and date of disposal, including the number of the licence, permit or special permit buyers if wildlife is sold.

(2) any licensed Hunter who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.


A licensed dealer shall keep a record of 37. (1) a licensed dealer shall keep and maintain a record containing details of the following: (a) the number and species of wildlife (live or dead), the number of part or derivative of wildlife and the number of

products manufactured from any wildlife or a part or derivative of any wildlife, purchased, acquired or disposed of;

34 the laws of Malaysia ACT 716 (b) name, address and licence number of the person from whom the wildlife, part or derivative of wildlife or items that are purchased or obtained;

(c) the name, address and license number, if any, of the person to wildlife, part or derivative of wildlife or the goods sold;

(d) receipt number issued for such sale or purchase; dan (e) tarikh apa-apa pembelian, perolehan atau penjualan.

(2) any licensed dealer who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.


Licensed taxidermy members shall keep records 38. (1) a member of a licensed taxidermy shall keep and maintain a record containing details of the following: (a) the date, time and the person from whom the wildlife or a part or derivative of wildlife received;

(b) the name, address and licence number of the owner of wildlife or part or derivative of wildlife; and (c) the date and time of the wildlife or part or derivative of wildlife is returned to the owner.

(2) any member of a licensed taxidermy who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.


Wildlife Conservation wildlife to 35 Receipt available, etc., by the licensed taxidermy 39. (1) a member of a licensed taxidermy can't receive any wildlife or any part or derivative of any wildlife to prepared, preserved, filled or mounted unless the person who sent the wildlife or part or derivative of wildlife that provide evidence to members of the licensed taxidermy that wildlife or part or derivative of such wildlife taken or obtained legally in accordance with this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation.

(2) any member of a licensed taxidermy who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.


Penjualan hidupan liar yang dilindungi oleh pemburu berlesen 40. (1) a licensed Hunter can sell protected wildlife captured or do only to a licensed dealer or a member of a licensed taxidermy.

(2) any licensed Hunter who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


The sale of bird's nest by collector's nest 41. (1) a collector of bird's nest can sell nest that dipungutnya only to a licensed dealer or a member of a licensed taxidermy.

(2) any collector of bird's nest who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding twenty thousand dollars or 36 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


The purchase of wildlife that is protected by a licensed dealer or a member of a licensed taxidermy 42. (1) a licensed dealer or licensed taxidermy Member shall purchase or acquire protected wildlife or any part or derivative of wildlife protected only from licensed dealers, licensed hunters, a member of a licensed taxidermy, or Director if wildlife is protected is sold by the Director pursuant to this Act.

(2) any licensed dealer or a member of a licensed taxidermy in violation of subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


Tempoh hidupan liar boleh dijual oleh peniaga berlesen 43. (1) a licensed dealer may sell any wildlife covered during season open until thirty days first in the season-closing and then cannot sell any wildlife is protected unless the open season later declared for the protected wildlife.

(2) any licensed dealer who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.






Wildlife Conservation 37 44 receipt Issuance. (1) a licensed dealer, a member of a licensed taxidermy and collector's nest shall, at the time of each sale, issue a receipt for the sale to the buyer.

(2) any licensed dealer, a member of a licensed taxidermy or collector's nest who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.


Marking of wildlife 45. (1) a holder of a licence, permit or special permit that store, sell, import, export, re-export or membiakkan any wildlife, as the case may be, shall mark or labelling of wildlife in accordance with the following ways: (a) pengimplanan the device can scan in the wildlife;
(b) placement of the loop at any part of the wildlife;
(c) placement, whether by puncturing or otherwise, a tattoo or ring at any part of the wildlife; or (d) the labelling or marking of containers in which wildlife is saved.

(2) the Marking or labelling referred to in paragraph (1) (a) to (c) may only be carried out by persons registered with the Director-General to do so.

(3) any person who contravenes this section commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.
38 the laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Keep wildlife in other premises 46. (1) a holder of a licence, permit or special permit

want to have life liarnya in any premises other than the premises specified in the licence, permit or permit especially shall first obtain the approval of the licensing officer.

(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


Part V WILDLIFE RESERVES and PROTECTED AREAS WILDLIFE Declaration reserve wildlife and wildlife protection area 47. The State authority may, after consultation with the Minister, from time to time by notification in the Gazette — (a) declare any State land as a wildlife reserves or protected areas wildlife and set the officer who at the time had control over the reserves or the refuge;

(b) to prescribe and alter the boundaries of the wildlife reserve or the wildlife protected areas;

(c) dalam hal rizab hidupan liar, menetapkan haiwan dan burung tertentu (yang bukan hidupan liar mengikut Akta ini) sebagai hidupan liar yang dilindungi sepenuhnya atau hidupan liar yang dilindungi (mengikut kehendak keadaan) yang hendaklah menjadi tambahan kepada senarai mana-mana hidupan liar yang dinyatakan dalam Jadual kepada Akta ini.
Wildlife Conservation 39 permission to enter wildlife reserves and protected areas wildlife 48. (1) No person shall enter a wildlife reserves or protected areas wildlife unless he first obtains an authorization from directors who allow him to do so.

(2) No person shall be given a written authorization allowing him to enter a wildlife reserves or protected areas wildlife unless he satisfaction of the Directors by making application in writing that he intends to enter the wildlife reserves or protected areas of the wildlife for the purpose of art, science or recreation.

(3) an authorization granted under this section shall state the duration of the authorization holder permitted to enter wildlife reserves or wildlife protection area, and such period shall not exceed one month but can be renewed for a period of up to one month at a time.

(4) where a person who is permitted to enter a wildlife reserves or protected areas wildlife entering the wildlife reserves or protected areas that wildlife, he may be required so that accompanied by the Director or by any other officer.


Prohibition of certain acts in the wildlife reserves and protected areas wildlife 49. No person shall — (a) in a wildlife reserve, interrupt, delete, move or take any soil, wood or plants;
(b) in an area of wildlife — 40 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 (i) hunt any animal or bird;
(ii) mengambil, mengganggu, merosakkan atau memusnahkan sarang atau telur mana-mana haiwan atau burung; or (iii) interfere with, delete, move or take any soil, tree or plants.


PART VI GENERAL EXCEPTION and ASSUMPTION hunting, etc., for the purpose of conservation of 50. (1) Notwithstanding anything in this Act, for the purpose of carrying out any conservation activities, the Director General or any officer authorized by the Director-General may membiakkan, store, hunting, import, export, sell or buy any wildlife.

(2) "conservation Activity" means an activity relating to the protection, management and sustainable use of wildlife.


The natives can hunt certain wildlife 51. (1) Notwithstanding anything in this Act, a natural person may hunt any wildlife covered as specified in the Sixth Schedule as a food or food member of his family.

(2) any wildlife legally hunted under subsection (1) cannot be sold or transferred with food, financial gain or any other objects.

(3) any natural person contravenes this section commits an offence and shall, on conviction, liable to a fine of not more than 41 wildlife conservation ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.


Officer may hunt wildlife 52. Walau apa pun apa-apa jua dalam Akta ini, seorang pegawai yang bertindak secara suci hati dalam menjalankan kuasanya di bawah Akta ini boleh memburu mana-mana hidupan liar jika — (a) hidupan liar itu berbahaya kepada nyawa atau harta manusia; or (b) it is necessary or expedient to prevent wildlife from suffering with should not be.


The owner or occupier of the land may use rubber birds to destroy birds that feed grain 53. (1) Notwithstanding anything in this Act, a person is the owner or occupier of the land may, with the written approval of the Director, using the rubber birds for destruction in good faith birds that feed grain found damaging or destruction of grains being grown during the plantation cook or are being cooked.

(2) the Director may, upon giving his approval under this section, give directions — (a) on the installation of rubber the bird; and (b) on monitoring and adequate control of the use of rubber the bird.

(3) an owner or occupier of the land allowed to use rubber birds shall comply with the instructions in subsection (2).

42 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 (4) the owner or occupier of land shall, when the crop is harvested, destroy any rubber birds and any containers, wood or any other material to which the rubber birds was used.

(5) an owner or occupier of land who contravenes this section commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.


Capture or kill wildlife to protect crops 54. (1) Notwithstanding anything in this Act, if any wildlife causes, or there is reason to believe that it will cause serious damage to the mega, vegetables, fruits, tree growing livestock, poultry or livestock in

possession of someone the owner or occupier of land, the owner or occupier or any employee of such owner or occupier or any officer may capture or kill wildlife that after first using reasonable efforts to frighten the wildlife so they run away and failed to do so.

(2) if any wildlife has caused serious damages under subsection (1) but has stopped doing so, wildlife shall not be arrested or killed.

(3) the owner or occupier of land shall, without unnecessary delay, reported to any officer of the details of the incident, including wildlife species, damage and weapon used (if any) and whether or not the wildlife captured or killed.

(4) any owner or occupier of the land or employee of the owner or occupier of land who contravenes this section commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
Wildlife Conservation 43 (5) any wildlife captured or killed under this section shall be the property of the State and shall without unnecessary delay handed to an officer.


Wildlife be dangerous towards human life can be instantly killed 55. (1) Notwithstanding anything in this Act, any person may kill any wildlife if wildlife is a danger immediately to human life.

(2) if the immediate danger to human life that is a result of a provocation or pencederaan of the wildlife by killing the wildlife, that person is regardless of the offence only with respect to the murder of the wildlife but he may be charged in respect of the provocation or the pencederaan under section 88.

(3) Mana-mana orang yang membunuh mana-mana hidupan liar menurut seksyen ini hendaklah, tanpa kelengahan yang tidak perlu, melaporkan kepada mana-mana pegawai butir-butir mengenai kejadian itu, termasuk spesies hidupan liar yang telah dibunuh dan senjata yang telah digunakan.

(4) any person who contravenes subsection (3) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.

(5) any wildlife killed under this section shall be the property of the State and shall without unnecessary delay surrendered to any officer.


Presumption attempting to hunt if denak used 56. If any person found install, put, use or otherwise have any animals or birds, wild or otherwise, in the circumstances that there are 44 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 to suspect that the person using animals or birds as bait for the purposes of denak or any interesting wildlife, it shall be deemed that the person trying to hunt any wildlife.


Assumption of using snares 57. If someone was found to have in his possession a snares, it shall be assumed that the snares used by that person for the purpose of hunting wildlife.


Presumption against population 58. (1) where any wildlife or any part or derivative of any wildlife or snares found in any premises, it shall be assumed that the residents of the premises have wildlife or part or derivative of wildlife or the snares.

(2) if there is more than one population in the premises, the people part of the premises in which the wildlife or a part or derivative of wildlife or the snares are found shall be deemed residents for the purposes of subsection (1).


Keterangan berdasarkan andaian 59. If the Director-General or any person certified in writing by the Director General has specific knowledge or skills of wildlife give evidence to swear in court that any article or thing, as the case may be, is wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, wildlife meat, trophy, Orion, twists, hole, penurun, snares, bait or bait is poisonous, it shall be considered to be until the akasnya proved, that the goods or thing, as the case may be, is the wildlife or part or derivative of any marine wildlife conservation 45 wild, wildlife meat, trophy, Orion, twists, hole, penurun, snares, bait or bait is poisonous.


PART VII OFFENCES and PENALTIES Chapter 1 Offences relating to Hunting License, etc., protected wildlife without a licence 60. (1) subject to subsection (2), any person who — (a) hunt or save any of protected wildlife (other wildlife covered the immature or female wildlife covered); or (b) take or store any part or derivative of any protected wildlife without a licence commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both.

(2) any person who commits an offence under subsection (1) and the offence involves Common Shama (Copsychus malabaricus), Oriental White Eye (Zosterops palpebrosa) or Hill Myna (Gracula religiosa), exceeding twenty head, shall, upon conviction, be punished by a fine of not less than twenty thousand dollars and not more than fifty thousand dollars or by imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both.




46 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 hunting, etc., protected wildlife which is not mature without license 61. Any person who hunt or store protected wildlife which is not mature without a licence commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or both.


Memburu, dsb., hidupan liar betina yang dilindungi tanpa Lesen 62. Any person who hunt wildlife or keeping a female covered person without a licence commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or both.



Carries on the business of dealing, etc., without license 63. Any person who carries on the business of dealing or taxidermy business without a licence commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both.


Collecting bird's nest without license 64. Any person collecting bird's nest without a licence commits an offence and shall, on conviction, be fined not less than twenty thousand dollars and not more than fifty thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both.





Wildlife Conservation 47 Import, etc., protected wildlife without license 65. Any person who import, export or re-export any wildlife or any part or derivative of wildlife that is protected without a licence commits an offence and shall, on conviction, be fined not less than twenty thousand dollars and not more than fifty thousand dollars and imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year.

Chapter 2 Offences relating to permit zoo, etc., without permits 66. Mana-mana orang yang mengendalikan zoo, pembiakbakaan dalam kurungan komersial, sarkas atau pameran hidupan liar tanpa suatu permit melakukan suatu kesalahan dan boleh, apabila disabitkan, didenda tidak melebihi tujuh puluh ribu ringgit atau dipenjarakan selama tempoh tidak melebihi tiga tahun atau kedua-duanya.


Conduct research or study without permit 67. Any person carrying out research or research on any protected wildlife without a permit commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both.









48 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Chapter 3 Offences relating to special Hunting permit, etc., are fully protected wildlife without special permit 68. (1) subject to subsection (2), any person who — (a) hunt or save any wildlife are fully protected (other wildlife covered completely immature or female wildlife covered in full); or (b) take or store any part or derivative of wildlife are fully protected, without a special permit commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both.

(2) any person who commits an offence under subsection (1) and the offence — (a) Pangolin (Manis javanica), Blood Python (Python brongersmai), Harlequin Monitor (Varanus rudicollis), Dumeril's Monitor (Varanus dumerilli) or Clouded Monitor (Varanus bengalensis), exceeding twenty head, shall, upon conviction, be punished by a fine not less than fifty thousand dollars and not more than one hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both;

(b) the Crested Argus (Rheinardia ocellata), Mountain Peacock Pheasant (Polyplectron inopinatum), Great Argus (Argusianus argus), Green Peafowl (Pavo muticus), Straw-headed Nightingale (Pycnonotus zeylanicus), Rhinoceros Hornbill (used to be a rhinoceros), Great wildlife conservation 49 Hornbill (used to be bicornis), Plain-pouched Hornbill (Aceros subruficollis) or Helmeted Hornbill (Rhynoplax vigil) shall, upon conviction, be punished by a fine of not less than thirty thousand dollars and not more than one hundred thousand dollars and to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years;
or (c) Serow (Capricornis sumatrensis), Gaur (Bos gaurus), Javan Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros sondaicus), Sumatran Rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis), Tiger (Panthera tigris), Leopard (Panthera pardus), Clouded Leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) or False Gharial (Tomistoma schlegelii) shall, upon conviction, be punished by a fine of not less than one hundred thousand dollars and not more than five hundred thousand dollars and to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years.


Memburu, dsb., hidupan liar yang dilindungi sepenuhnya yang tidak matang tanpa permit khas 69. (1) subject to subsection (2), any person who hunt or save any of protected wildlife is not fully mature without a special permit commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years or both.

(2) any person who commits an offence under subsection (1) and the offence involving wildlife as stated in paragraph 68 (2) (c), shall, upon conviction, be punished by a fine of not less than one hundred and fifty thousand dollars and not more than five hundred thousand dollars and to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years.




50 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 hunting, wildlife etc., females who are fully protected without special permit 70. (1) subject to subsection (2), any person hunting the wildlife or keeping the females are fully protected without a special permit commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding three hundred thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years or both.

(2) any person who commits an offence under subsection (1) and the offence involving wildlife as stated in paragraph 68 (2) (c), shall, upon conviction, be punished by a fine of not less than two hundred thousand dollars and not more than five hundred thousand dollars and to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years.


Import, etc., are fully protected wildlife without special permit 71. Any person who import, export or re-export any fully protected wildlife or any part or derivative of wildlife are fully protected without a special permit commits an offence and shall, on conviction, liable to a fine of not less than thirty thousand dollars and not more than one hundred thousand dollars and imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years.



Use, etc., of wildlife are fully protected without special permit 72. (1) subject to subsection (2) and (3), any person who — (a) use any of the wildlife are fully protected for the handling of zoo, circus or exhibition animals liarnya; or wildlife conservation 51 (b) use any of the wildlife are fully protected for the operation of its commercial facilities, inbreeding brackets without a permit commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or both of each.

(2) any person who commits an offence under subsection (1) and the offence involving wildlife as stated in paragraph 68 (2) (b), shall, upon conviction, be punished by a fine of not less than thirty thousand dollars and not more than one hundred thousand dollars and to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years.

(3) any person who commits an offence under subsection (1) and the offence involving wildlife as stated in paragraph 68 (2) (c), shall, upon conviction, be punished by a fine of not less than one hundred thousand dollars and not more than five hundred thousand dollars and to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years.


Conduct research or studies without special permit 73. Any person carrying out research or research on any fully protected wildlife without a special permit commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding seventy thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both.






52 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Chapter 4 Miscellaneous Damage, etc., the nest or eggs of protected wildlife 74. Any person who damage or destroy the nest or eggs of protected wildlife commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


Merosakkan, dsb., sarang atau telur hidupan liar yang dilindungi sepenuhnya 75. Mana-mana orang yang merosakkan atau memusnahkan sarang atau telur hidupan liar yang dilindungi sepenuhnya melakukan suatu kesalahan dan boleh, apabila disabitkan, didenda tidak melebihi lima puluh ribu ringgit atau dipenjarakan selama tempoh tidak melebihi dua tahun atau kedua-duanya.


Memburu, dsb., hidupan liar dalam rizab hidupan liar atau kawasan perlindungan hidupan liar 76. Mana-mana orang yang, sama ada dia seorang pemegang lesen atau permit khas atau selainnya — (a) memburu mana-mana hidupan liar; atau (b) mengambil, memusnahkan atau merosakkan sarang atau telur mana-mana hidupan liar;

in the wildlife reserves or wildlife area commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both.



Wildlife Conservation wildlife Hunting 53 at the time prohibited 77. Any person, whether he's a licensed Hunter, holders of special permits or otherwise, who hunt any wildlife at the time other than the time commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding thirty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


Hunting of wildlife that is covered at the season-closing 78. Any person who, whether he's a Hunter licensed or otherwise, hunting any wildlife that is covered at the season-closing commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


Hunting wildlife with poison, etc.

79. (1) any person who, whether he is a licensed Hunter, holders of special permits or otherwise, install, put or use any poison, poisonous bait, bait or bird nets, rubber for the purpose of hunting any wildlife commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both.

(2) this section shall not apply to any public officer, put or use any poison in the discharge of duty officially for the purpose of destructive crop pests or harmful plants subject to the supervision of the Director of the installation or use of the poison.




54 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Hunting Wildlife with weapons or traps other than specified 80. Any person, whether he is a licensed Hunter, holders of special permits or otherwise, who hunt any wildlife with any weapons or traps in addition to prescribed commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


Hunting, etc., of wildlife within four hundred metres from jenut 81. Any person, whether licensed hunters, special permit holder or otherwise — (a) hunt any wildlife within four hundred metres of a jenut;

(b) who has in his possession any weapon, the bow and arrow, chopsticks, Javelin, a Slingshot or any other thing, which can be used to hunt any wildlife within four hundred metres of a jenut; or (c) waiting at any place, construct any platforms or refuge or install or place any traps, poison, toxic baits, bird rubber or wire for the purpose of hunting any wildlife within four hundred metres of a jenut or in any way in to a jenut, commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both.


Wildlife hunting of wildlife conservation carrier 55 82. Any person, whether he is a licensed Hunter, holders of special permits or otherwise, who hunt any wildlife from any carrier commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding thirty thousand ringgit or

imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


Possession of license, etc., that shows the name others 83. Any person who, without any valid reasons, own or found in its premise, licence, permit or special permit another person, commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


License, etc., stored in different address 84. A holder of a licence, permit or special permit, without any valid reasons, keep the licence, permit or permit particularly in an address other than the address specified in the licence, permit or permit specifically, commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


Interrupting the saltlicks or surrounding area 85. (1) except as otherwise provided in this section, any person who interfere with — (a) any jenut; atau (b) tanah yang berhampiran dengan kawasan sekitar mana- mana jenut, yang jika tanah itu diganggu akan menjadikan 56 Undang-Undang Malaysia AKTA 716 jenut itu tidak menarik perhatian atau tidak selamat kepada mana-mana hidupan liar, melakukan suatu kesalahan dan boleh, apabila disabitkan, didenda tidak melebihi lima puluh ribu ringgit atau dipenjarakan selama tempoh tidak melebihi dua tahun atau kedua-duanya.

(2) for the purposes of this section, "disturbing" includes move or stir any soils, minerals, water, trees, shrubs, plants or other plants within or above the saltlicks or in or on the land close to the area around the saltlicks.

(3) this Section shall not apply to — (a) the Federal Government; or (b) any State Government, acting in accordance with the requirements of the situation, in accordance with any scheme, rural development, urban development schemes, forest management scheme or industry enterprises.


Mistreatment of wildlife 86. (1) except as otherwise provided in this section, any person who — (a) hitting, kicking, memberangkan, scary, punish, whip out the nails or disconnect the canine any wildlife;

(b) negligent to provide enough food or water to any wildlife that are placed, confined or propagate by him;

(c) store, houses, mengurung or membiakkan any wildlife in any way that causes pain or suffering should not be wildlife conservation 57 including houses, mengurung or membiakkan any wildlife in any premises which are not appropriate or conducive for the comfort or health of the wildlife;

(d) use any wildlife to perform or assist in the execution of any work or employment may not be implemented by the wildlife by reason of weakness, wounds, disease, or any other disability;

(e) menggunakan, memprovokasi atau memberangkan mana-mana hidupan liar bagi maksud mengumpannya atau untuk melagakannya dengan mana-mana hidupan liar atau haiwan lain, atau menguruskan mana-mana premis atau tempat bagi mana-mana maksud itu; or (f) willfully or knowingly left to do than done nothing that causes any suffering, pain or discomfort that is not necessary to any of the wildlife, commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not less than five thousand dollars and not more than fifty thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.

(2) this section shall not apply to any person who harm any wildlife while hunting with valid under this Act.


Object contains wildlife issue that fully protected 87. Any person who sells any thing that contains or allegedly contain any issue any wildlife covered fully commits an offence and shall, on conviction, liable to a fine not exceeding 58 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 twenty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


Provoking wildlife 88. Any person who is provoking or injure any wildlife which became the immediate danger to human life commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding thirty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


PART VIII of the POWERS RELATING to ENFORCEMENT of Offences under the Act be seizable offence 89. Every offence under this Act is guilty of an offence may arrest for the purpose of criminal procedure code [Act 593].


Authorization to public officers 90. Ketua Pengarah boleh, secara bertulis, memberi kuasa kepada mana-mana pegawai awam untuk menjalankan kuasa penguatkuasaan di bawah Akta ini.


Power card 91. (1) the Director General shall issue to each enforcement officers and public officer authorized under section 90 a power card, which shall be signed by the Director General.

(2) upon such officer exercising any power wildlife conservation 59 under this Act, he shall, when requested, submit to the person against whom that power is in progress, the power card issued to him under subsection (1).


Power 92 investigation. (1) an enforcement officer shall have all the powers to detect and investigate the Commission of any offence or suspected offence under this Act.

(2) for the avoidance of doubt, then declared that for the purposes of this Act, an officer shall have all the power amplifier or any of the powers of a police officer of any rank in relation to police investigation in the case can be captured as provided under the criminal procedure code, and that power is in addition to the powers assigned under this Act and not a reduction thereof.


Power to catch 93. (1) an enforcement officers may arrest without warrant any person whom he reasonably believes has committed or tried committing an offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation.


(2) an enforcement officers who made the arrest under subsection (1) shall, without unnecessary delay is not necessary, bring that person to the nearest police station, and then that person shall be dealt with as provided by the law relating to criminal procedure currently in force.


Penggeledahan dan penyitaan dengan waran 94. (1) if it appears on a person's Magistrate, based on information given in writing from an official 60 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 power amplifier and after such inquiry as may be deemed necessary by the Magistrate, that there is reasonable cause to believe that — (a) any premises have been used; or (b) there is in any premises evidence necessary to conduct investigations of, the Commission of an offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation, the Magistrate may issue a warrant which authorizes the enforcement officers named in the warrant, at any reasonable time during the day or night and with or without assistance, to enter the premises and if necessary using force.

(2) without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1), the warrant issued by a magistrate can authorize the enforcement officers to — (a) search the premises for, and to seize or transfer from the premises, any wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things believed to be reliably able to give evidence of the Commission of the offence;

(b) take samples of any wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife or anything found in the premises for the purpose of ascertaining, by testing or otherwise, whether it was committed; and (c) make copies of or take extracts from any books, records, documents or things found in the premises.

(3) an enforcement officers entering any premises under this section may bring with it wildlife conservation 61 any other people and equipment as it deems necessary.

(4) enforcement officers conducting a search under subsection (1) may, for the purpose of investigating the offence, examine any person residing in or in the premises.

(5) enforcement officers who checked against a person under subsection (4) or section 95 can seize or take possession of, and keep in safe custody of all things other than clothes to be found on that person, and any substance for which there is reason to believe that the thing is other equipment or details for that offence may be detained until the person is discharged or released.

(6) Pegawai penguat kuasa, dalam pelaksanaan kuasanya di bawah seksyen ini, jika perlu untuk berbuat demikian — (a) memecah buka mana-mana pintu luar atau pintu dalam atau tingkap premis itu atau mana-mana pagar, kepungan, pintu pagar atau galangan lain kepada premis itu, untuk masuk ke dalam premis itu dan tiap-tiap bahagiannya;

(b) transfer with violence any obstruction to the entry, search, seizure or removal which he is empowered to implement them under this section; dan (c) menahan mana-mana orang yang dijumpai di dalam premis itu sehingga penggeledahan itu selesai.

(7) If, by reason of the nature, size or the lesser amount, transfer any wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things seized under this section shall not be exercised, enforcement officers shall, in any way, prevent wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous , weapons, 62 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 carriers, books, records, documents or other things that in premises or container in which it was found.

(8) any person who, without lawful authority, break, interrupt or impair lak referred to in subsection (7) or transfer any wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things dilak or try to do so commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both.


Search and seizure without a warrant 95. If an enforcement officers is satisfied on information received that she had reasonable cause to believe that by reason of the delay in obtaining a search warrant under section 94 of the investigation will be affected or evidence of the Commission of an offence may be interrupted, removed, defaced or destroyed, the enforcement officers can enter the premises and perform in, on and in respect of premises that all the powers referred to in section 94 in a way that fully and adequately as if He is authorized to do so by a warrant issued under that section.


Inspection of the 96. No person shall be searched except by another person of the same sex, and such inspection shall be carried out taking into account the strictly be modesty.





Wildlife Conservation Authority to enter land 63 97. Notwithstanding sections 94 and 95, one enforcement officers can enter any State land, reserve, permanent reserved forest, land title and land mines without a warrant for the purpose of preventing or detecting any offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation.


Power to enter premises 98. Notwithstanding sections 94 and 95, one enforcement officers may at any time enter any premises for the purpose of — (a) inspect any wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, transport, books, records, documents or things as it may deem necessary;

(b) verify the accuracy of the records or statements or any information provided to an enforcement officers; or (c) take samples of any wildlife or a part or derivative of any wildlife.



Access to computerized data 99. (1) an enforcement officers conducting a search under this Act shall be given access to computerised data, whether stored in a computer or otherwise.

(2) Bagi maksud seksyen ini, "akses"— (a) termasuklah diberikan dengan kata laluan, kod penyulitan, kod penyahsulitan, perisian atau perkakasan yang perlu 64 Undang-Undang Malaysia AKTA 716 dan apa-apa cara lain yang diperlukan untuk membolehkan data berkomputer itu difahami; and (b) has the meaning assigned to it by section 2 (2) and (5) computer crime Act 1997 [Act 563].


Erect, etc., restrictions in the street, etc.

100. (1) the Director may, if he is suspect that an offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation was done, give instructions to any enforcement officers to seek help from police to establish or put a resistance or road restrictions on any public street or highway or in any public place for the purpose of holding any carrier for inspection.

(2) an enforcement officers who dismiss any carrier under subsection (1) may exercise all of the powers referred to in section 101.


The power to stop, search and seize the carrier 101. (1) where an enforcement officers had reasonable cause to suspect that any carrier is bringing any wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things in respect of which an offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation is being or has been committed, he may stop and search the carrier and can be If upon examination she had reasonable cause to believe that the carrier is being or has been used to commit the offence, seize the carrier and any other wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, 65 wildlife conservation record, document or thing found in the carrier reasonably believed to give evidence of the Commission of the offence.

(2) those who control or keep the carrier shall, if required to do so by enforcement officers — (a) discontinue the carrier enforcement officers and allow the menggeledahnya; and (b) open all parts of the carrier and searched for taking all necessary measures to enable or facilitate the exercise of the General search such as deemed necessary by the enforcement officers.

(3) the Enforcement Officer may, in the exercise of its powers under this section, if it is necessary to do so, hold any person found in the carrier until the completion of the search.

(4) any person who contravenes subsection (2) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding thirty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


A warrant is admissible even if flawed 102. A search warrant issued under this Act is valid and enforceable notwithstanding any defect, error or omission therein or in the application for the warrant, and any wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things seized under the warrant shall be admissible as evidence in any proceedings under this Act.


66 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 list of things seized 103. (1) where any seizure made under this Act, enforcement officers making the seizure shall provide a list of wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things seized and the place where wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, carrier , books, records, documents or objects it found and shall sign the list.

(2) Senarai yang disediakan mengikut subseksyen (1) hendaklah diserahkan dengan serta-merta kepada — (a) penduduk premis di mana hidupan liar, bahagian atau terbitan mana-mana hidupan liar, jerat, perangkap, umpan, umpan beracun, senjata, pengangkut, buku, rekod, dokumen atau benda yang disita itu dijumpai; atau (b) orang yang mengawal atau menjaga pengangkut jika penyitaan dibuat di bawah seksyen 100 atau 101.

(3) Jika penyitaan itu dibuat di dalam atau dari mana-mana premis yang tidak diduduki, pegawai penguat kuasa itu hendaklah bila-bila mungkin menampalkan senarai benda yang disita itu supaya mudah dilihat di atau pada premis itu.


Pemulangan sementara pengangkut 104. (1) if any carrier seized under this Act, the Court may temporarily return the carrier to the owner of the carrier or the person of the possession, custody or control it seized, subject to such terms and conditions as may be imposed by the Court, and is subject, however, to guarantee adequate given until the Court is satisfied that the carrier will be surrendered to the Court when requested and that the terms and conditions , if any, shall be complied with.
Wildlife Conservation 67 (2) if any carrier seized temporarily returned under subsection (1), a person who — (a) the carrier does not surrender to the Court when requested; or (b) contravenes any term or condition imposed under subsection (1), commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both.


Disposal of wildlife 105. (1) where an enforcement officers in the exercise of powers under this section seize any wildlife or a part or derivative of any wildlife, he shall immediately submit the wildlife or a part or derivative of any wildlife that before a Magistrate who will order the wildlife or part or derivative of any wildlife is released or disposed of.


(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), if by reason of — (a) the nature, size or amount of wildlife or a part or derivative of any wildlife; or (b) the distance or the circumstances, it is not feasible to bring wildlife or a part or derivative of any wildlife that before a Magistrate, the Director may order the wildlife or part or derivative of any wildlife is released or disposed of as he may deem fit.



68 the laws of Malaysia ACT 716 power to require the attendance of the person who has knowledge of the 106 cases. (1) an enforcement officers making an investigation under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation may, by order in writing, require any person who in the opinion of the enforcement officer has knowledge of the facts and circumstances of the case so as to appear before it, and such person shall attend as required.

(2) if any person refuses or is not present as required by an order made under subsection (1), the enforcement officers can report the absence or refusal to the magistrate shall issue a summons to secure the attendance of such person as required by the order.


Examination of the people with knowledge of the case of 107. (1) Seseorang pegawai penguat kuasa yang membuat suatu penyiasatan di bawah Akta ini atau mana-mana perundangan subsidiarinya boleh memeriksa secara lisan mana-mana orang yang dikatakan mempunyai pengetahuan tentang fakta dan hal keadaan kes itu.

(2) such person shall be bound to answer all questions relating to the case submitted to it by the enforcement officers, but he can refuse to answer any question that the answer may disclose it to a criminal charge or penalty or forfeiture.

(3) a person who makes a statement under this section shall be legally bound to state the truth, whether the statement was made in whole or in part to answer the question or not.

Wildlife Conservation 69 (4) an enforcement officers examining a person under subsection (1) shall first inform that person of the provisions of subsection (2) and (3).

(5) a statement made by any person under this section shall, when possible, reduced to writing and signed by the person making it or affixed with cap head jarinya, as the case may be, after — (a) the statement was read out to him in the language in which the statement was made by him; and (b) he is given the opportunity to make any corrections would like made by him.


Admissibility of statements as evidence of 108. (1) except as provided in this section, no statement made by any person to a enforcement officers in the course of an investigation made under this Act may be used as evidence.

(2) if any witness called for the prosecution or defense, in addition to the accused person, the Court shall, upon the request of the accused person or the Prosecutor, referring to any statement made by the witness to the enforcement officers in the course of an investigation under this Act and may then, if the Court thinks fit in the interest of Justice, direct that the accused person is given a copy of the statement and the statement can be used to challenge the credibility of the witness in the manner provided by the Act Evidence 1950 [Act 56].

(3) Jika orang tertuduh telah membuat suatu pernyataan semasa penjalanan suatu penyiasatan, pernyataan itu boleh diterima sebagai keterangan untuk menyokong pembelaannya semasa penjalanan perbicaraan.

70 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 (4) Nothing in this section shall be deemed to apply to any statement made in the course of the parade cam or belong to the section 27 or paragraph 32 (1) (a), (i) and (j) of the description of 1950.

(5) upon any person charged with any offence in relation to — (a) manufacturing; or (b) the content of, any statement made by him to an enforcement officers in the course of an investigation made under this Act, the statement can be used as evidence in the prosecution case.


The release of a thing seized 109. (1) if any wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things seized under this Act, enforcement officers making the seizure shall, after referring to the Prosecutor, releasing wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things to the person specified by him as legally entitled to it If wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or objects shall not be dilucuthakkan under this Act, and shall not otherwise required for the purposes of any proceedings under this Act or for the purpose of any prosecution under any other written law.

(2) a record in writing shall be made by enforcement officers who made the release of wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things in wildlife conservation 71 under subsection (1) which sets out in detail the circumstances and the reason for the release, and he shall send a copy of the record to the public prosecutor within seven days of the release.

(3) for the purposes of this section, the enforcement officers who made the seizure, the Federal Government or any person acting on behalf of the Federal Government is not liable to any proceedings by any person if the seizure and release of wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things that have been made in good faith.


Forfeiture of wildlife, etc., seized


110. (1) Any wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things seized in exercise of any power conferred under this Act shall be dilucuthakkan.

(2) an order for forfeiture of any wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things seized and may be forfeited under this Act shall be made by the Court before which the prosecution thereof were held and an order for forfeiture of things seized shall be made if it is proved to the satisfaction of the Court that an offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation has been made and that the wildlife , part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things that is a matter for or was used in the Commission of the offence, although no one has been convicted of the offence.

(3) if there is no prosecution in respect of any wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, 72 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things seized under this Act, wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or objects shall be taken and deemed to be forfeited upon the expiry of one calendar month from the date of delivery of the notice to the address on known people from whom the wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or the thing seized stating that no prosecution in respect of wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things that, unless before the expiry of such period a claim therefor is made in the manner specified in subsection (4) , (5), (6) and (7).

(4) any person who asserts that he is the owner of wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons carrier, book, record, document or thing referred to in subsection (3) and that wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or objects shall not be forfeited can give personally or by his agent authorized in writing a notice in writing to the enforcement officers
in his possession of wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things held that he was studying wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things that.

(5) Apabila notis yang disebut dalam subseksyen (4) diterima, pegawai penguat kuasa hendaklah merujukkan perkara itu kepada seorang Majistret Kelas Pertama bagi keputusannya.

(6) a magistrate to whom a matter referred to it under subsection (5) shall issue a summons requiring the person to claim that he is the owner of wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, wildlife conservation, snares 73 traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or the thing and the person from whom the wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife , snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or the thing seized to appear before the Magistrate, and when they are present or they are not present, having proved that the summons has been duly served, the Magistrate shall proceed with examination of the matter.

(7) if it is proved that an offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation has been made and that wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons carrier, book, record, document or thing referred to in subsection (6) is a matter for or was used in the Commission of such offence, the Magistrate shall order that the wildlife , part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things that dilucuthakkan, and shall, in the absence of such proof, ordered its divestment.

(8) any wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things dilucuthakkan or be deemed to be forfeited shall be submitted to the Director General and shall be disposed of in such manner as it thinks fit by the Director General.


Property rights on wildlife, etc., that dilucuthakkan 111. Any wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things dilucuthakkan or be deemed to be forfeited under this Act shall be the property of the Government.




74 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Cost hold wildlife., seized 112. If any of the wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things seized under this Act held in the custody of the Government pending the settlement of any proceedings in respect of an offence under this Act, the costs of holding it in custody shall, if any person is found guilty of the offence, be a debt due to the Government , oleh orang itu dan bolehlah didapatkan dengan sewajarnya.


There are no costs or damages arising from seizure can be obtained 113. No person shall, in any proceedings before any court in respect of any wildlife, part or derivative of any wildlife, snares, traps, bait, bait is poisonous, weapons, transport, books, records, documents or things seized in the exercise or purported exercise of any power conferred under this Act, be entitled to the costs of the proceedings or any damages or relief

other unless the seizure is made without reasonable cause.


Barriers to search 114. Any person who — (a) refuses to give any enforcement officers access to any premises that the enforcement officers are entitled to it under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation or in performing any duty imposed or power conferred by this Act;

(b) mengamang preventing menggalang or delay any enforcement officers in making any admission that the enforcement officers of the wildlife conservation 75 reserves the right to make it under this Act or in the discharge of any duty imposed or power conferred by this Act; or (c) refuse to give any enforcement officers any information relating to an offence or suspected offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation or any other information that could reasonably be required of them and is in its knowledge or in his power to give, commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding thirty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


The extra power 115. (1) An enforcement officers shall, for the purposes of implementing this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation, have the power to do all or any of the following acts: (a) require the production of records and documents and examine, inspect and copy any of them;

(b) require the production of any document identification of any person in respect of any matters or of an offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation;

(c) make such investigations as are necessary to determine whether the provisions of this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation has been complied with.

(2) a person who fails to comply with a request made under subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding thirty thousand dollars or 76 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


Mergers error 116. Notwithstanding anything contained in section 164 criminal procedure code, if a person is accused of more than one offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation, he may be charged with and tried in a trial for as much offence committed within a time no matter whatever its duration.


PART IX GENERAL 117 controlled Species. (1) No person shall store, sell, buy, import or export any controlled species specified in the Fifth Schedule.

(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding thirty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


Hybrid characterized species controlled 118. For the purposes of this Act, shall be deemed to be a hybrid species that controlled and shall be subject to section 117.






Wildlife Conservation 77 Prohibition against comparative genomic activity 119. (1) No person shall conduct any comparative genomic activity without first obtaining the written permission of the Director General.

(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both.


The purchase of protected wildlife, etc., by anyone other than a licensed dealer, etc.

120. (1) a person, other than a licensed dealer or a member of a licensed taxidermy, shall purchase or acquire any wildlife or any part or derivative of any wildlife covered of — (a) a licensed dealer or a member of a licensed taxidermy; atau (b) Pengarah jika ia dijual oleh Pengarah menurut Akta ini.

(2) Mana-mana orang yang melanggar subseksyen (1) melakukan suatu kesalahan dan boleh, apabila disabitkan, didenda tidak melebihi dua puluh ribu ringgit atau dipenjarakan selama tempoh tidak melebihi satu tahun atau kedua-duanya.


Penjualan hidupan liar yang diburu dengan menyalahi undang-undang 121. (1) Mana-mana hidupan liar — (a) yang diburu di bawah seksyen 53, 54 atau 55 atau dengan melanggar peruntukan Akta ini atau mana-mana perundangan subsidiarinya; or 78 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 (b) unclaimed bangkainya found in any State land or forest reserves permanent or any other land, can be sold or disposed of by the Director as the Director may think fit.

(2) all money received under this section shall be paid into and form part of the consolidated fund of the State where wildlife is hunted or unclaimed bangkainya found.


Reports about dangerous wildlife should be made 122. (1) any person who hurt the dangerous wildlife shall, without unnecessary delay, make a report to any officer or officers of the district for the district in which dangerous wild animals that have been injured.

(2) the report shall state the dangerous wildlife, weapons that have caused injury, time, date and place of the wildlife in combat.

(3) if the person who hurt the dangerous wildlife is unable to report due to the severe wounds, he shall, as soon as he got a reasonable chance, ask for any other person to file a report as specified by this section.

(4) for the purposes of this section, "dangerous wild animals" means elephant (Elephas maximus), Gaur (Bos gaurus), sun bear (Helarctos malayanus), Tiger (Panthera tigris), leopards (Panthera pardus), Panther, wild boar (sus scrofa) and any other wildlife hazards immediately to be human life pursuant to section 55.



Wildlife Conservation 79 reports are made to the public officer shall be conveyed to 123. If — (a) any report or complaint in respect of any matter relating to this Act made;


(b) any information relating to any matter relating to this Act presented; atau (c) mana-mana hidupan liar atau mana-mana bahagian atau terbitan mana-mana hidupan liar diserahkan, kepada mana-mana pegawai awam, dia hendaklah, tanpa kelengahan yang tidak perlu, memaklumkan perkara itu kepada mana-mana pegawai.


Offences by body corporate 124. (1) where a body corporate commits an offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation, any person who at the time of the Commission of the offence is the Chief Executive Officer, Director, Manager, Secretary or other similar officer of the body corporate or purporting to act on any such property or in any way or up to any extent is responsible for the management of any Affairs of the body corporate or assist in the management of such — (a) can be prosecuted separately or in association in proceedings of the same together with the body corporate; and (b) if the body corporate were found guilty of that offence, shall be deemed to have committed the offence unless, having regard to the type of functions on the properties and all the circumstances, he proves — 80 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 (i) that the offence was committed without the knowledge, consent or pembiarannya; and (ii) that he took all reasonable steps and conducted all due diligence to prevent the Commission of the offence.

(2) where any person may, under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation, be liable to any penalty or penalties for any act, omission, neglect or default, in which case he shall be liable to the same punishment or penalty for every act, omission, neglect or default of any employee or his agent, or employee of the agent, if the Act, omission, neglect or default that was done — (a) by its employees within its employment;
(b) by the agent while acting on his behalf; or (c) by pekerjaa the agent within the employee's employment with the agent or otherwise on behalf of the agent.


Kesalahan am 125. Any person who contravenes or fails to comply with — (a) any provision of this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation;

(b) any order made by a magistrate or the Minister pursuant to this Act;

(c) any order or direction given by the Director General under this Act; or (d) any condition or requirement specified in the licence, permit or special permit, wildlife conservation, 81 commits an offence and may, if there are no penalty expressly provided, liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.


Compounding of offences 126. (1) the Director General may, with the consent of the Prosecutor, make an offer to compound any offence committed by any person under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation and designated as offences can be compounded by regulations made under this Act.

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the offence set out in paragraph 68 (2) (b) and (c), subsection 69 (2), 70 (2), 72 (2) and 72 (3) shall not be compounded.

(3) an offer under subsection (1) may be made by accepting of people suspected with reasonable has committed such offence a sum of money not exceeding fifty per cent of the maximum fine that the person may be imposed if he is convicted of the offence, within such time as specified in the offer.

(4) an offer under subsection (3) may be made at any time after the offence committed but before any prosecution for him started, and if the amount specified in the offer under subsection (1) is not paid within the time stated in the offer, or any extension of time granted by the Director General, a prosecution for the offence may be commenced at any time after that to the person to whom the offer is made.

(5) Jika sesuatu kesalahan telah dikompaun di bawah subseksyen (3), tiada pendakwaan boleh dimulakan selepas itu berkenaan dengan kesalahan itu terhadap orang yang kepadanya tawaran untuk mengkompaun telah dibuat dan mana-mana hidupan liar, bahagian atau terbitan mana-mana hidupan liar, jerat, perangkap, 82 Undang-Undang Malaysia AKTA 716 umpan, umpan beracun, senjata, pengangkut, buku, rekod, dokumen atau benda yang disita berkaitan dengan kesalahan itu boleh dilepaskan atau dilucuthakkan oleh Ketua Pengarah , subject to such terms and conditions as he thinks fit to impose by the Director General according to the compound.


An initial prosecution 127. No prosecution for or in connection with any offence under this Act shall be instituted except by or with the written consent of the public prosecutor.


Protection from legal action and legal proceedings 128. No action can be taken or prosecution can be brought, instituted or made in any court against — (a) an officer or officers for power amplifier or for or in respect of any act done or purporting to be done by him; and (b) any other person or due to or in respect of any act done or purporting to be done under orders, instructions or instructions of an officer or enforcement officer, if the Act is done in good faith and reasonably believing that it is necessary for the purposes that are intended to be achieved through it and for carrying out the provisions of this Act.


Public authorities Protection Act 1948 129. Public authorities Protection Act 1948 [Act 198] shall apply to any action, suit, prosecution or proceedings against an officer or enforcement officer wildlife conservation 83 in respect of any act, neglect or default done or omitted by him.


Perlindungan pemberi maklumat 130. (1) except as provided in subsection (2) and (3), no witness in any civil or criminal proceedings may be required or permitted to disclose the name or address of the whistleblower or fill in the information received from it or declare any matter that may

cause the whistleblower known.

(2) if any records, documents or computerised data or evidence that may be inspected in any civil or criminal proceedings contain any entry in which any informer is named or described or which might cause the whistleblower known, the Court shall cause to such closed all routes out of sight or deleted only to the extent necessary to protect the informer of the unknown.

(3) if in proceedings for any offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation, the Court after a full investigation of the case believe that the informer wilfully made in aduannya a statement of material which he knows or believes is false or does not believe to be true, or if in any other proceedings the Court is of the opinion that justice cannot be achieved solely between the parties in the proceedings without knowing the whistleblower , the Court may require the production of the original complaint, if written, and allow the investigation and require full disclosure, with respect to the informant.





84 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 131 Rewards. The Director-General may direct that paid such remuneration as he thinks fit to any person for services rendered in connection with the detection of any offence under this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation, or in connection with any seizure made under this Act.


132 regulations. (1) the Minister may make such regulations as expedient or necessary for carrying out the provisions of this Act with better or for prescribing anything that may be or are required to be prescribed under this Act.

(2) Tanpa menjejaskan keluasan subseksyen (1), peraturan-peraturan boleh dibuat berkenaan dengan yang berikut: (a) penyebaran maklumat mengenai hidupan liar termasuk tabiat pembiakannya, habitat, spesies dan jalan atau cara membantu untuk memulihara hidupan liar;

(b) Administration and management of wildlife and wildlife protected areas;

(c) conditions for wildlife are fully protected or protected wildlife can be kept and bred;

(d) methods of disposal of wildlife;
(e) the regulation of the conduct of the zoo, inbreeding commercial brackets, circus or an exhibition of wildlife;

(f) specification of the container to import and export live wildlife;

(g) the fees payable under this Act;
Wildlife Conservation 85 (h) offences can be compounded.
(3) regulations made under this section may prescribe any act or omission in violation of the regulations to be an offence and may prescribe a penalty to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or both.


Kuasa Menteri untuk membuat pengecualian 133. The Minister may, by order published in the Gazette, exempt any person or class of persons or any activity or class of activities relating to wildlife from all or any provisions of this Act or any of its subsidiary legislation.


The power to amend the schedule of 134. The Minister may, by order published in the Gazette, amend the Schedule to this Act.


Provision for revocation and exclusion of 135. (1) the Wildlife Protection Act 1972 [Act 76] ("the repealed Act") is repealed.

(2) all declarations of wildlife reserves and protected areas wildlife under the repealed Act shall continue to have effect as if the Declaration has been made under the provisions of this Act.

(3) the person appointed under the repealed Act shall continue to be the officer under this act as if that person had been appointed under section 4 of this Act.

86 the laws of Malaysia ACT 716 (4) All regulations, directives and orders made, licences, permits and special permits issued and records kept under the repealed Act, shall continue to be in force and have effect as if it had been made, issued or kept under this Act.

(5) all applications, approvals and decisions pending, on appeal or otherwise, relating to the licence, permit or special permit shall, on the commencement of this Act, be dealt with under this Act.

(6) Apa-apa siasatan, perbicaraan dan prosiding yang dilakukan, diambil atau dimulakan di bawah Akta yang dimansuhkan sebaik sebelum permulaan kuat kuasa Akta ini hendaklah diteruskan atau diselesaikan di bawah dan mengikut peruntukan Akta yang dimansuhkan.


Transitional provisions 136. (1) any person who, at the date of coming into operation of this Act, is pursuing an activity which this Act applies shall, within six months from the date of coming into operation of this Act, apply for a licence, permit or special permit under this Act, as the case may be.

(2) on receipt of an application under subsection (1), the licensing officer shall issue a receipt to the person pengakuterimaan.

(3) pending the results of the application, that person may continue to operate such activity.

(4) any person who retain or possess any species controlled shall, when this Act comes into force, report to the Director General regarding the controlled species and the Director-General shall, upon receiving the report, considering whether to allow that person to retain or possess the species or not.

Wildlife Conservation 87 (5) permission given under subsection (4) may be subject to such conditions as he may think fit to impose by the Director General.

(6) if the Director General does not give permission under subsection (4), the Director-General may seize and dispose of the controlled species and no compensation payable by the Director General for disposal of the controlled species.


The FIRST SCHEDULE [section 3] PROTECTED WILDLIFE Interpretation first schedule 1. Spesies yang termasuk dalam Jadual ini disebut — (a) dengan nama spesies itu; atau (b) sebagai semua spesies yang termasuk dalam suatu takson yang lebih tinggi atau bahagian yang ditetapkan daripadanya.


2. The abbreviation "spp." is used to denote all species of a higher takson.

3. Sound of the ambiguous higher than species are for the purposes of information or classification only. A common name is included after the scientific name for the tribe is for reference only. It aims to show the species in the family may be included in this table. In most cases, this is not all species in the family.

4. If there is a discrepancy between the common name scientific name in the use of the name of any species in this table, scientific name shall apply.





88 the laws of Malaysia ACT 716 part I (GAME WILDLIFE SPECIES) Family Local Name scientific name Common Name ORDER ARTIODACTYLA Cervidae CLASS MAMMALS Muntiacus muntjak Barking Barking Deer Deer Deer Sambar unicolor Sambar Deer Suidae Sus scrofa Boar Wild Boar Tragulidae Tragulus javanicus Lesser Mousedeer Tragulus napu yellow Muntjac Napuh Large Mousedeer ORDER CARNIVORA Viverridae Paradoxurus hermaphroditus Common Palm Civet Civet Civet ORDER CHIROPTERA Pteropodidae Pteropus hypomelanus Keluang Small Island Flying Fox Pteropus vampyrus Keluang Malayan Flying Fox ORDER PRIMATES

Macaque Macaca fascicularis Cercopithecidae Long-tailed Macaque Macaca nemestrina Pig-tailed Macaque Ape Presbytis melalophos Carbonarius Mitred Leaf Monkey Trachypithecus Chenekah cristatus Silvered Leaf Monkey Trachypithecus obscurus Silvered Dusky Dusky Leaf Monkey wildlife conservation 89 Family scientific name local name Usual Name ORDER RODENTIA Hystricidae Atherurus macrourus Porcupine Nibong Brush-tailed Porcupine Hystrix brachyura Porcupine Raya Malayan Porcupine CLASS AVES ORDER COLUMBIFORMES Columbidae Chalcophaps indica Emerald Dove Punai Treron olax Land Punai Leaves Little Green Pigeon Treron vernans Punai Ivory Pink-necked Green Pigeon ORDER GALLIFORMES Phasianidae Coturnix chinensis Blue-breasted Quail Pikau Gallus gallus Red Junglefowl Forest Chicken ORDER GRUIFORMES Rallidae-Amaurornis phoenicurus Ruak ruak White-breasted Waterhen Porzana cinerea Sintar Forehead White White-browed Crake ORDER PASSERIFORMES Sturnidae Gracula religiosa Hill Myna Tiong Mas Turdidae Copsychus malabaricus White-rumped Shama Shama Zosteropidae Zosterops palpebrosus Oriental white-eye, Eastern White Eyes Turmeric Oriental White-Eye Ploceidae Ploceus philippinus Baya Weaver Cheep Tempua ORDER PSITTACIFORMES 90 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Psittacidae Loriculus galgulus Blue-crowned Bayan Serindit Hanging Parrot

KELAS REPTILIA ORDER SQUAMATA SUBORDER LACERTILIA Agamidae Acanthosaura armata Sesumpah Tanduk Horned Tree Lizard Acanthosaura crucigera — Cross-bearing Tree Lizard Aphaniotis fusca Sesumpah Tanpa Telinga Earless Lizard Calotes emma emma — Forest Crested Lizard Calotes versicolor Sesumpah Kuning Garden Fence Lizard Draco blanfordii — Blanford's Gliding Lizard Draco maculatus — Spotted Gliding Lizard Draco melanopogon — Black-bearded Gliding Lizard Draco quinquefasciatus Cicak Terbang Lima Jalur Five-banded Gliding Lizard Draco sumatranus Cicak Kobin Common Gliding Lizard Gonocephalus bellii — Bell's Anglehead Lizard Gonocephalus chamaeleontinus — Chameleon Anglehead Lizard

Gonocephalus doriae abbotti — Doria's Anglehead Gonocephalus grandis Lizard Lizard Head in terms of Great Big Lizard Gonocephalus liogaster Anglehead — Forest-spirit-Crested Lizard Gonocephalus robinsonii — Leiolepis belliana Robinson's Anglehead Lizard — Common Butterfly Lizard Leiolepis triploida — Malayan Butterfly Lizard wildlife conservation 91 Gekkonidae Aeluroscalabotes felinus — Cat-eyed Gecko Cnemaspis nigridius — Dark Round-eyed Gecko Cyrtodactylus brevipalmatus — Web-footed Slender toed Gecko Cyrtodactylus consobrinus-— Peter's Slender toed Gecko Cyrtodactylus peguensis-— Leopard Gecko Cyrtodactylus pulchellus Lizards Banded Striped Slender toed Gecko Cyrtodactylus quadrivirgatus-Lizards Fingers Bend Marble Slender-toed Gecko

Tokay gecko Gekko Gekko smithii — Tockay Smith's Green-eyed Gecko Scincidae Sphenomorphus praesignis — Skink Sphenomorphus stellatus Blotched Forest — Forest-Skink Lizard Varanus salvator Varanidae Water Monitor Lizard SUBORDER SERPENTES Acrochordidae Snake Acrochordus javanicus Belalai Elephant Elephant trunk Snake Colubridae-Ahaetulla fasciolata — Speckle-headed Whip Snake 92 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Snake Ahaetulla mycterizans Green Mp and Malayan Leaf Green Whip Snake Ahaetulla nasuta — Long-nosed Whip Snake Ahaetulla prasina Oriental Whip Snake Snake Shoots Amphiesma Carbuncle — Malayan Mountain Keelback Amphiesma petersii — Peter's Keelback Amphiesma Smedley's Keelback Amphiesma sanguineum — sarawacense — Sarawak Mountain Keelback Aplopeltura boa — Blunt-headed Slug Snake Asthenodipsas laevis — Smooth Slug Snake Asthenodipsas vertebralis — Southern Mountain Slug Snake Boiga cyanea — Green Cat Snake Boiga cynodon Snake Cat Canine Dog-toothed Cat Snake Boiga dendrophila melanota Mangrove Snake Boiga drapiezii Mangrove Snake — White Cat Snake Boiga jaspidea Spotted — Jasper Cat Snake Boiga multomaculata — Marble Paint wildlife conservation 93 Snake Boiga nigriceps — Black-headed Cat Snake Cerberus rynchops Water Snake Chrysopelea ornata Kadut Bockadam Snake Gold Tree

Golden Tree Snake Chrysopelea paradisi Pythons Birds Paradise Tree Snake Tree Snake Chrysopelea pelias Striped Twin-barred Tree Snake Coelognathus flavolineata Snake Tail Speed Black Common Malayan Racer Coelognathus radiata Buffalo Rib Racer Snake Enhydris bocourti Copperhead — Water Snake Enhydris enhydris Bocourt's Snake Water Normal Rainbow Water Snake


Gonyosoma oxycephalum Speed Snake Tail Red Red-tailed Rat Snake Gonyosoma prasina — Green Tree Snake Homalopsis buccata Water Racer Tembam Puff-face Water Snake Liopeltis tricolor — Malayan Ringneck Lycodon effraenis — Snake Lycodon subcinctus Scarce Wolf — Malayan Banded Wolf Snake Macrocalamus lateralis — Malayan Mountain Reed Snake Macrocalamus — Tweedie's Mountain 94 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 tweediei Reed Snake Macropisthodon rhodomelas — Blue-necked Keelback Pareas carinatus — Keeled Slug Snake-Pareas margaritophorus — White spotted Slug Snake Pseudoxenodon macrops — Big-eyed Mountain Keelback Ptyas carinata Keeled Rat Snake Ptyas — fusca —

White-bellied Rat Snake Ptyas korros — Indo-chinese Rat Snake Ptyas mucosus Rat Snake Common Common Rat Snake Rhabdophis chrysargos Snake Crest Belly Spots Speckle-bellied Keelback Rhabdophis conspicillatus — Red-bellied Keelback Rhabdophis subminiatus — Red-necked Keelback Sibynophis collaris — Common Blackhead Sibynophis melanocephalus — Malayan Many-toothed Snake Cylindrophis ruffus Cylindrophiidae Snake Head Two Red-tailed Snake Bungarus candidus Pipesnake Elapidae Katam Malayan Krait Bungarus fasciatus Cane Snake Banded Krait Bungarus Katam Striped Snake flaviceps Katam Red Head Red Headed Krait wildlife conservation Calliophis bivirgatus 95 Snake Beach Blue-Blue Blue Long-glanded Coral Snake Calliophis gracilis Snake Beach Spots Spotted Coral Snake Calliophis intestinalis Snake Beach Striped Banded Malayan Coral Snake Calliophis maculiceps Snake Beach Spots Small Small-spotted Coral Snake Naja kaouthia Snake Monocellate Cobra Naja sumatrana Ladle Snake Ladle Spray Equatorial Spitting Cobra Ophiophagus hannah King King Cobra Snake Selar Pythonidae Pythons Reticulated Python Python reticulatus Viperidae Calloselasma rhodostoma Stupid Axe Snake Pit Viper Cryptelytrops albolabris Malayan Snake Axe Lips White White-lipped Pit Viper Cryptelytrops purpureomaculatus

Axe Mangrove snake Pit Viper Ovophis monticola Mangrove convictus Axe Snake Mountain Mountain Pit Viper Snake Parias hageni Axe Green Pit Viper This Parias sumatranus Sumatran Rhinoceros Axe Snake Pit Viper Snake buniana Popeia Axe Tioman Island Tioman Pit Viper Snake popeorum Popeia Axe Pope Pope's Pit Viper Trimeresurus borneensis Bornean Borneo Axe Snake Pit Viper 96 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Tropidolaemus wagleri Axe Snake Pit Wagler's Temple Viper Snake Xenopeltis unicolor Xenopeltidae Pelangi Sunbeam Snake ORDER TESTUDINES Geoemydidae Batagur borneoensis

Tuntung Sungai Painted Batagur Cuora amboinensis Kura-kura Katup Malayan Box Turtle Cyclemys dentata — Asian Leaf Turtle Malayemys macrocephala Jelebu Siput Besar Malayan Snail-eating Turtle Siebenrockiella crassicollis Kura-kura Kolam Black Marsh Turtle Testudinidae Manouria emys Baning Perang Asian Brown Tortoise Trionychidae Amyda cartilaginea Labi-labi Biasa Asiatic Softshell Turtle Dogania subplana Labi Melayu Malayan Softshell Turtle KELAS AMFIBIA ORDER ANURA Bufonidae Ansonia leptopus — Brown Slender Toad Ansonia penangensis Kodok Sungai Pulau Pinang Penang Stream Toad Ansonia tiomanica Kodok Sungai Pulau Tioman Tioman Ingerophrynus kumquat Slender Toad — Peat on-site Swamp Toad wildlife conservation Dicroglossidae Limnonectes blythii 97 Frog Fever Giant Asian River Frog Limnonectes malesianus Frog on-site Swamp Peat Peat Swamp Frog Limnonectes tweediei Frog Limnonectes paramacrodon — Tweedie's Swamp Frogs — Small Megophrys nasuta Megophryidae Bertanduk Borneo Bornean Frogs Horned Frog Xenophrys aceras Frog Silver Small Horn Toad Xenophrys longipes Spadefoot — Long-legged Horned Frog Kalophrynus palmatissimus Microhylidae Black-spotted Sticky Frog Narrow-mouthed Frog Kalophrynus robinsoni — Robinson's Grainy Frog Ranidae Amolops larutensis — Soluble Cascade Frog



Hylarana banjarana — Hylarana erythraea Range Frog Frog Green Fields Common Green Frog Hylarana picturata Frog River Spotted the former Stream Frog Hylarana raniceps Frog Streams Abusive White-lipped Frog Odorrana hosii Frogs Poisonous Frog Rock Hose's Rock Rhacophoridae Nyctixalus pictus Cinnamon Tree Frog Frog War the former 98 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Polypedates colletti — Collett's Tree Frog Rhacophorus nigropalmatus Flying Frog Wallace Wallace's Flying Frog Rhacophorus pardalis — Harlequin Tree Frog Rhacophorus prominanus — Malayan Flying Frog Rhacophorus reinwardtii — CLASS ARAKNIDA Reinwardt's Tree Frog


ORDER ARANEAE Liphisitiidae Liphistius spp.
(except for the species included in the second schedule) — Tube-Dwelling Spider Chilobrachys Theraphosidae spp.


— — Coremiocnemis spp.

— — Cyriopagopus spp.

— — Haplopelma spp.

Lampropelma violaceopes — — — Malay Lyrognathus robustus — dates to the Blue Malaysian Stout Leg Phlogiellus spp.


— — Phormingochilus spp.

— — Poecilotheria spp.

— Wildlife Conservation 99 Selenocosmia spp.

— — Tetragnathidae Nephila spp.

— the Golden Silk Orb-Weavers/Banana Spiders ORDER SCORPIONES Scorpionidae Heterometrus spp.

— — CLASS INSEKTA ORDER COLEOPTERA Buprestidae Catoxantha spp.

— — Chrysochroa spp.

— — Demochroa spp.


— —


Megaloxantha spp.


— — Mormolyce spp.
— Violinist Beetles Stigmodera armata — — Cerambycidae Anoplophora Birmanica Anoplophora Committee — — — — — — horsfieldi Anoplophora Anoplophora medenbachi — — Longehisuta — — Anoplophora Anoplophora — — 100 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 zonatrix Apriona elsa Apriona marcusina — — — — rixator — — Arctolamia Apriona quality brooms — — Actolamia fasciata group — — Actolamia villosa — — — — Batocera Batocera lombokiana rosenbergi Batocera sumbaensis — — — — brianus — — Cyriopalus Combe wallacei — — Cheliadonium venereum — — Glenea spp.


— — Nemophas — — the Lucanidae tricolor male Lamprima spp.

— the Golden Stag Beetles ORDER HEMIPTERA Cicadidae Ambragaeana ambra Carefree-carefree — Angamiana floridula Merry-Merry Green Green Jade Cicada Zamrut wildlife conservation 101 Ayuthia spectabile Merry-Merry Ghost Ghost Cicada Huechys sanguinea Carefree-carefree Red Winged White White-winged Red Cicada Pomponia Pomponia imperatoria adusta Carefree — — Malaysian Giant Cicada Fulgoridae Aphaena aurantia — Green-yellow Hornless Lanternfly Aphaena submaculata — Pinkish-orange Hornless Lanternfly Pyrops spp.

— Lanternfly Scamandra sanguiflua — Lanternfly ORDER LEPIDOPTERA Danaidae Danaus affinis — Malay Tiger Idea hypermnestra — Tree Nymph Idea jasonia — Tree Nymph Idea leuconoe — Tree Nymph Idea lynceus — Tree Nymph Idea stolli — Tree Nymph Agatasa calydonia — Nymphalidae Glorios Begum Charaxes spp.
— Figure Enispe intermedia — Intermediate Butterfly Caliph paralekta — Indian Leaf Kallima Polyura eudamippus — Great Nawab Polyura schreiber — Blue Nawab Prothoe franck — Nyamphalid Butterfly 102 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Zeuxidia aurelius — The Great Chilasa agestor — Saturn Papilionidae Butterfly Graphium empedovana Mime — Malayan Meandrusa payeni Yellow Bottle Lamproptera curius — — — White Dragontail Lamproptera meges Green Dragontail — Ornithoptera spp.
— Birdwing Papilio mahadeva — Raven Papilio palinurus — Burmese Banded Peacock Trogonoptera brookiana — Figure Brooke Troides spp.

— Birdwing Butterflies of the ORDER MANTODEA Hymenopodidae Hymenopus coronatus Mentadak Orchid Orchid Mantis Mantidae Deroplatys spp. Mentadak Leaves Dead Leaf Mantis Theopompa spp. — The Asian Bark Mantis Paratoxodera cornicollis — Malayan Giant Stick Mantis Theopropus elegant — Asian Boxer Mantis Parhymenopus davidsoni — Yellow Flower Mantis ORDER ORTHOPTER Gryllacrididae Gryllacris spp.

Cengkerik Monster Giant Cricket ORDER Heteropteryx dilatata PHASMATODEA Bacillidae — Malayan Jungle Nymph Heteronemiidae Phaenopharos struthioneus Winged Red Small Insects Twigs Small Red-Winged Stick Insect wildlife conservation 103 Phasmatidae Tagesoidea nigrofasciata — Yellow Umbrella Stick Insect Eurycnema Extatosoma tiaratum versirubra — — — Macleay's Will Phyllidae pulchrifolium Leaf Insect Phyllium Walking Leaf Insect Phyllium giganteum Giant Leaf Insects Large Leaf Insect part 2 (OTHER WILDLIFE SPECIES PROTECTED) are a family of Local Name scientific name Common Name ORDER ARTIODACTYLA Bovidae CLASS MAMMALS Ammotragus lervia Barbary — Antilope cervicapra Blackbuck sheep — Bubalus arnee — Wild Asiatic Buffalo Takin Budorcas taxicolor — — Bay Duiker Cephalophus dorsalis Cephalophus ogilbyi Duiker Cephalophus silvicultor — Ogilby's — Yellow-backed Duiker Cephalophus zebra — Banded Duiker Damaliscus pygargus pygargus Bontebok Gazella dama — — a Dama Gazelle Gazella dorcas Dorcas Gazelle Hippotragus equinus — — Roan Antelope Kobus leche — Leche 104 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Ovis ammon (except the subspecies included in the second schedule) — Argali Ovis canadensis Bighorn Sheep Ovis vignei — (except for the subspecies included in the second schedule) — Red Sheep Philantomba monticola — Blue Duiker Saiga tatarica — Saiga Antelope Tetracerus quadricornis — Four horned Antelope Tragelaphus eurycerus-— Lowland Bongo Tragelaphus spekii Sitatunga Camelidae Lama guanicoe — — a Guanaco Mazama temama Cerasina Cervidae — Guatemalan Odocoileus virginianus mayensis Red Brocket — Guatemalan White-Tailed Deer Pudu mephistophiles Northern Pudu — Hippopotamidae Hexaprotodon liberiensis — Pygmy Hippopotamus Hippopotamus amphibius Hippopotamus Tayassuidae Rhino Water Common Pecari tajacu Collared Peccary Tayassu pecari — — White lipped Peccary Tragulidae-Hyemoschus aquaticus — Water Chevrotain ORDER CARNIVORA Canidae Canis aureus — Common Jackal Cerdocyon thous — Forest Fox Chrysocyon brachyurus Maned Wolf Pseudalopex culpaeus — — Andean Wolf Pseudalopex 105 wildlife conservation griseus — Argentine Grey Fox Pseudalopex gymnocercus — Azara's Vulpes bengalensis — Bengal Zorro could Fox Vulpes cana — Fox Vulpes zerda — Afghan Fennec Fox Eupleridae Cryptoprocta ferox — Eupleres goudotii — Fosa Malagasy Mongoose Malagasy Civet Fossa fossana — Felidae Caracal aurata — African Golden Cat Felis PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — Wild Cats Leopardus spp.
(except for the species included in the second schedule) — the Wild serval Leptailurus Serval cats — spp. Lynx (except for the species included in the second schedule) — Lynx Panthera leo (except for the species included in the second schedule) — Lion Prionailurus spp. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — Wild Cats Puma concolor (except for the species included

in the second schedule) — Puma Herpestidae Herpestes fuscus — Indian Brown Mongoose Herpestes smithii — Ruddy Mongoose Herpestes vitticollis — Stripe-necked Mongoose Hyaenidae Aardwolf Proteles cristata — Mephitidae Conepatus humboldtii — Humboldt's Hog-nosed Skunks 106 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Mustelidae Tayra Eira barbara — — Allamand's Grison Galictis vittata Lontra canadensis — River Otter aeroplane Lutra PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) Martes foina intermedia Beaver Otters — Stone Marten Mellivora capensis — Honey Badger Mustela altaica — Mountain Mustela kathiah Major — Yellow-bellied Major Mustela sibirica — Siberian Major Procyonidae Bassaricyon gabbii — Bushy-tailed Olingo Bassariscus sumichrasti — Cacomistle Nasua narica — Northern Coati Nasua nasua solitaria — South Brazilian Coati Potos flavus — Kinkajou Ursidae Ursus spp. (kecuali spesies yang termasuk dalam Jadual Kedua) Beruang Bears Viverridae Civettictis civetta — African Civet Paradoxurus jerdoni — Jerdon's Palm Civet Viverra civettina — Malabar Civet Viverricula indica — Small Indian Civet ORDER CHIROPTERA Phyllostomidae Platyrrhinus lineatus — White-lined Bat Pteropodidae Acerodon spp. (kecuali spesies yang termasuk dalam Jadual Kedua) Kelawar Fruit Bats Pemuliharaan Hidupan Liar 107 Pteropus spp. (kecuali spesies yang termasuk in the second schedule) Keluang Flying Foxes ORDER DIPROTODONTIA Burramyidae Burramys parvus — Mountain Pygmy Phalanger Phalangeridae Opossums spp.

— Cuscuses Spilocuscus spp.

ORDER INSECTIVORA Erinaceidae — Cuscuses Hylomys suillus — Short-tailed Gymnure Soricidae Chimarrogale platycephala — Flat-headed Water Shrew Talpidae Euroscaptor micrura — Himalayan Mole ORDER PERISSODACTYLA Equidae Equus hemionus (except the subspecies included in the second schedule) — Asian Wild Ass Equus kiang Kiang Equus zebra hartmannae — — Hartmann's Zebra ORDER PRIMATES Aotidae Aotus spp.

— The Night Monkeys Atelidae Alouatta belzebul — Rufous-win-Howler Monkey Alouatta caraya — Black Howler Monkey Alouatta PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — Howler Monkeys Ateles PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — Spider Monkeys 108 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Ateles geoffroyi (except the subspecies included in the second schedule) — — Lagothrix spp. — Woolly Monkeys Callitrichidae Cebuella pygmaea — Pygmy Marmoset Callithrix spp Cebidae. (except the species included in the second schedule) From Marmosets Cebus spp. — Capuchins Saguinus fuscicollis Spix's — Saddle-backed Tamarin Saguinus imperator Emperor Tamarin Saguinus inustus — — Mottle-faced Tamarin Saguinus labiatus Moustached Tamarin Saguinus — Geoffrey's — Red-midas Tamarin Saguinus mystax headed — Spix's Moustached Tamarin Saguinus nigricollis Black-Spix's — coats Tamarin Saguinus PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) Tamarin Tamarins Saimiri PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — Squirrel Monkeys Allenopithecus nigroviridis — Cercopithecidae

Allen's on-site Swamp Monkey Cercocebus torquatus — Red-capped Mangabey Cercocebus spp.
(except for the species included in the second schedule) — Mangabeys Cercopithecus ascanius — Black-cheeked Monkey Cercopithecus campbelli — wildlife conservation Campbell's Mona Monkey Cercopithecus cephus — 109 Moustached Monkey Cercopithecus Dryas Monkey Cercopithecus dryas — erythrogaster — Red-bellied Monkey Cercopithecus erythrotis — Russet-eared Monkey Cercopithecus hamlyni — Owl-faced Monkey Cercopithecus lhoesti — Hoest Mountain Monkey Cercopithecus mitis — White-throated Monkey Cercopithecus mona Mona Monkey Cercopithecus neglectus — — De Brazza's Monkey Cercopithecus nictitans — Greater White-nosed Monkey Cercopithecus petaurista — Lesser White-nosed Monkey Cercopithecus pogonias — Crowned Monkey Cercopithecus wolfi — Wolf's Monkey Cercopithecus spp. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — Monkeys Chlorocebus spp.
— Green Monkeys Colobus spp.

— Colobus Erythrocebus patas — Patas Monkey Lophocebus spp.

Macaca assamensis — — Mangabeys Macaque Macaca cyclopis — Himalayan Taiwan Macaque Macaca fuscata Japanese Macaque — 110 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Moor Macaque Macaca maura — — Rhesus Macaque Macaca mulatta Macaca nigra — Crested Macaque Macaca ochreata — Booted Macaque Macaca radiata — Macaque Macaca tonkeana — Madras Tonkean Black Ape Macaca PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — Macaques Miopithecus spp.
— Southern Talapoin Papio Papio hamadryas — Olive Babbon spp.
Baboon Baboon Piliocolobus spp.
(except for the species included in the second schedule) — Red Colobus Presbytis frontata — White-fronted Leaf Monkey Presbytis hosei — Langur Presbytis rubicunda — Grey Maroon Leaf Monkey Presbytis thomasi — Thomas Langur Presbytis PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — Leaf Monkeys Olive Colobus Procolobus verus — gelada Theropithecus Gelada — Babboon Trachypithecus spp. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — Euoticus elegantulus — Langur Galagonidae Galago Euoticus pallidus — Elegant Northern Needle-clawed Bushbaby Galago spp. — Galago Otolemur spp.

— Greater Galago Lorisidae Arctocebus aureus — Golden Angwantibo Arctocebus calabarensis Potto — wildlife conservation 111 Loris lydekkerianus — Slender Loris Loris tardigradus Grey — Slender Loris Perodicticus potto Potto Pseudopotto martini — — False Potto Pitheciidae Callicebus spp.

— Titi Chiropotes spp.
(except for the species included in the second schedule) — Bearded Saki Pithecia spp.

— Saki Tarsiidae Tarsius spp.
— Tarsiers ORDER RODENTIA Anomaluridae Anomalurops beecrofti — Beecroft's Flying Squirrel Anomalurus derbianus


Lord's — Flying Squirrel Anomalurus pelii Derby — Pel's Flying Squirrel Idiurus macrotis — Long-eared Flying Squirrel Cuniculidae paca Cuniculus Paca Dasyproctidae Dasyprocta punctata — — the Central American Agouti Erethizontidae Sphiggurus mexicanus — Mexican Hairy Dwarf Porcupine Sphiggurus spinosus — Orange-spined Hairy Dwarf Porcupine Hystrix Hystricidae spp.

Epixerus ebii Porcupine Porcupines Sciuridae — Western Palm Squirrel Marmota caudata — Long-tailed Marmot Marmota himalayana — Himalayan Marmot Ratufa PMS. (except for the species included in the Table — Giant Squirrels 112 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 second) Squirrel Sciurus deppei — Deppe's ORDER SCANDENTIA Tupaiidae Anathana ellioti Indian Treeshrew Dendrogale melanura — — Bornean Smooth-tailed Treeshrew Tupaia dorsalis — Striped Treeshrew Tupaia gracilis — Slender Treeshrew Tupaia montana — Mountain Treeshrew Tupaia picta Painted Treeshrew Tupaia splendidula — — Ruddy Treeshrew Tupaia tana Large Treeshrew Tupaia chrysogaster — — Golden-bellied Treeshrew Tupaia javanica — Horsfi eld's Treeshrew Tupaia longipes — Long-footed Treeshrew Tupaia moellendorffi — Calamian Treeshrew Tupaia nicobarica — Nicobar Islands Treeshrew Tupaia palawanensis Palawan Treeshrew Urogale everetti — — Mindanao Treeshrew Ptilocercus lowii — Pen-tailed Treeshrew ORDER TACHYGLOSSA Tachyglossidae Zaglossus bruijnii — Long-nosed Echidnas ORDER TUBULIDENTATA Orycteropodidae Orycteropus afer — Aardvark is wildlife conservation 113 ORDER XENARTHRA Bradypodidae Bradypus variegatus — Brown-Throated Sloth Dasypodidae Cabassous centralis — Northern Naked-Tailed Armadillo Cabassous tatouay — Greater Naked-Tailed Armadillo Chaetophractus nationi — Bolivian Hairy Armadillo Megalonychidae Choloepus hoffmanni — Hoffmann's Two-toed Sloth Myrmecophagidae Myrmecophaga tridactyla — Giant Anteater
Mexicana — Northern They they CLASS AVES ORDER ANSERIFORMES Anatidae Anas bernieri — Bernier's Teal Anas formosa Baikal Teal Anas capensis — — Cape Teal Egyptian Goose Alopochen aegyptiacus — — Ferruginous Duck Aythya nyroca Branta ruficollis — Red-breasted Goose Coscoroba coscoroba — Coscoroba Swan Cygnus melanocoryphus — Black-necked Swan Cygnus columbianus — Swan Dendrocygna arborea Jankwoski's — Black-billed Wood-Duck Dendrocygna autumnalis — Black-bellied Whistling Duck Dendrocygna bicolor Fulvous Whistling Duck Dendrocygna — viduata — White-faced Whistling Duck Nettapus auritus — African Pygmy Goose 114 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Oxyura leucocephala — White-headed Duck Plectropterus gambensis Spur-winged Goose — Pteronetta hartlaubii Duck Sarkidiornis melanotos — Hartlaub's — ORDER APODIFORMES Trochilidae-spirit-Duck Abeillia abeillei Emerald-chinned Hummingbird — Adelomyia melanogenys Speckled Hummingbird — Aglaeactis spp.

— — Aglaiocercus spp.

— — Amazilia spp — — Androdona equatorialis — Tooth-billed Hummingbird Anopetia gounellei — Broad-tipped Hermit Hummingbird Anthocephala floriceps — Blossomcrown Hummingbird Anthracothorax spp.
— — Archilochus alexandri Black-chinned Hummingbird — Archilochus colubris Ruby-throated Hummingbird — Atthis ellioti Wine-throated Hummingbird — Atthis heloisa Bumblebee Hummingbird Augastes — spp.
— — Basilinna leucotis White-eared Hummingbird — Basilinna xantusii — Black-fronted Hummingbird Boissonneaua spp.
— — Calliphlox spp.

— — Wildlife Conservation 115 Calothorax lucifer Lucifer Hummingbird Calothorax pulcher — — Beautiful Hummingbird Calypte spp.

— — Campylopterus spp.
— — Chaetocercus spp.

— — Chalcostigma spp.
— — Chalybura spp.

— — Chlorostilbon spp.
— — Chrysolampis mosquitus Ruby-topaz Hummingbird — Chrysuronia oenone Golden-tailed Sapphire — Clytolaema rubricauda Brazilian Ruby Hummingbird Coeligena — spp.

— — Colibri PMS.
— — Cyanophaia bicolor — Blue-headed Hummingbird Cynanthus spp.

— — Damophila julie Violet-bellied Hummingbird — Discosura spp.

— — Doricha spp. — — Doryfera spp.
— — Elvira spp.

Ensifera ensifera — — — Sword-billed Hummingbird Eriocnemis spp.

— — Magnificent Hummingbird Eugenes fulgens — Eulampis spp.

— — 116 Undang-Undang Malaysia AKTA 716 Eupherusa spp.

— — Eutoxeres spp.
Eulidia yarrellii — — — Chilean Woodstar Hummingbird Florisuga spp.
— — Glaucis PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Goethalsia bella Rufous-cheeked Hummingbird — Goldmania violiceps Violet-capped Hummingbird — Haplophaedia spp.
— — Horned Sungem Heliactin bilophus — Hummingbird Heliangelus spp.

— — Heliodoxa spp.
— — Heliomaster spp.
— — Heliothryx spp. — — Hylocharis spp.

— — Hylonympha macrocerca — Scissor-tailed Hummingbird Klais guimeti — Violet-headed Hummingbird Lafresnaya lafresnayi — Mountain Velvetbreast Lampornis spp.

— — Lamprolaima rhami Garnet-throated Hummingbird — Lepidopyga spp.
— — Lesbia spp.

— — Leucippus spp.
— — Leucochloris albicollis White-throated Hummingbird — wildlife conservation 117 Loddigesia mirabilis — Marvellous Spatuletail Hummingbird Lophornis spp.

— — — — Metallura Mellisuga spp spp.

— — Microchera albocoronata Snowcap Microstilbon burmeisteri — Hummingbird — Slender-tailed Woodstar Myrmia micrura Hummingbird — Short-tailed Woodstar Hummingbird Myrtis spp.

— — Ocreatus underwoodii Booted Racket-tail — the Hummingbird Mountain Avocetbill Opisthoprora euryptera — Hummingbird Oreonympha nobilis Bearded Mountaineer — Hummingbird Oreotrochilus spp.

— — Orthorhyncus cristatus Antillean Crested Hummingbird — Oxypogon guerinii Bearded Helmetcrest Panterpe insignis — — Fiery-throated Hummingbird


Giant Hummingbird Patagona gigas — Phaethornis spp.

— — Phlogophilus spp. — — Polyonymus caroli Bronze-tailed Comet — Hummingbird Polytmus spp.

— — cyanopterus Great Sapphirewing Pterophane — 118 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Ramphodon naevius Saw-billed Hermit — Hummingbird Ramphomicron spp.

— — Rhodopis vesper — Oasis Hummingbird Sappho sparganura — Red-tailded Comet Hummingbird Selasphorus spp.

— — Sephanoides spp.

— — Stellula calliope Calliope Hummingbird Stephanoxis lalandi — — Sternoclyta cyanopectus Plover crest — Violet-chested Hummingbird Taphrolesbia griseiventris — Grey-bellied Comet Hummingbird Thalurania spp.

— — Thaumastura cora Peruvian Sheartail Hummingbird — Threnetes spp.

Tilmatura dupontii — — — Sparkling-tailed Woodstar Hummingbird Crimson Topaz Topaza pella — Hummingbird Topaza pyra Fiery Topaz Hummingbird Trochilus — spp.

— — Urochroa bougueri — White-tailed Hillstar Hummingbird Urosticte spp.
— — ORDER CHARADRIIFORMES Burhinidae-Burhinus bistriatus — Double-striped Thick knee wildlife conservation 119 Dromadidae Crab Plover Dromas ardeola — Pedionomus torquatus Pedionomidae Plains-wanderer — ORDER CICONIIFORMES Ciconiidae Black Stork Ciconia nigra — Bostrychia hagedash Hadada Threskiornithidae — Ibis Bostrychia rara Spot-breasted Ibis — Eudocimus ruber Scarlet Ibis Geronticus calvus — — Southern Bald Ibis Spoonbill Platalea leucorodia — ORDER COLUMBIFORMES Columbidae Gallicolumba luzonica Luzon Expressway — Bleeding-heart Pigeon Goura spp.
Nesoenas mayeri — — — Pink Pigeon ORDER CUCULIFORMES Musophagidae Corythaeola cristata Great Blue Turaco — Crinifer piscator Western Grey Plantain —-eater Musophaga violacea — Violet Turaco Tauraco porphyeolophus — Purple-crested Turaco Tauraco spp. — — ORDER FALCONIFORMES Cathartidae King Vulture Sarcoramphus papa — Cracidae Crax alberti ORDER GALLIFORMES — Blue-billed Curassow 120 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Crax daubentoni Yellow-knobbed Curassow — Crax globulosa Wattled Curassow Crax rubra — — Great Curassow Plain Chachalaca Ortalis vetula — — Helmeted Currasow Pauxi pauxi Penelope purpurascens Crested Guan Penelopina nigra — — Highland Guan Phasianidae-Arborophila orientalis — White Agelastes meleagrides faced Patridge — White-breasted Guineafowl Montezuma Quail Cyrtonyx montezumae — — nation of Djibouti Francolin Francolinus ochropectus Francolinus swierstrai — Swierstra's Gallus sonneratii Grey Francolin — Ithaginis cruentus — Blood Junglefowl Pheasant Ocellated Turkey Meleagris ocellata —
Polyplectron bicalcaratum — Common Peacock Pheasant Polyplectron germaini — Germain's Peacock Pheasant Tragopan satyra — Crimson Horned Pheasant ORDER GRUIFORMES Gruidae Balearica spp.
— — Grus canadensis (except the subspecies included in the second schedule) — — Grus PMS. (except for the subspecies included in the second schedule) — — Otididae Ardeotis PMS. (except for the subspecies included in the second schedule) — — wildlife conservation 121 Eupodotis spp.

— — Neotis spp.
— — Otis tarda Traditions Grass Great Bustards Tetrax tetrax Little Little Bustards Internationals Eupodotis melanogaster Black-bellied Bustard — Eupodotis ruficrista Red-crested Bustard — Eupodotis savilei — Bustard Eupodotis hartlaubii — Savile's Hartlaub's Bustard Sypheotides indicus — Lesser Anomalospiza imberbis — Florica Viduidae Cuckoo Finch Vidua chalybeata Village Indigobird Vidua interjecta — — Long-tailed Paradise Whydah Vidua macroura Pin-tailed Whydah — Vidua paradisaea Eastern Paradise Whydah Vidua — raricola Jambandu Indigobird Vidua togoensis — — Togo Paradise Whydah Vidua wilsoni Pale-winged Indigobird — Vidua larvaticola Baka Indigobird ORDER PASSERIFORMES — Cotingidae Cephalopterus ornatus Amazonian Umbrellabird Cephalopterus — penduliger Long-wattled Umbrellabird — Rupicola spp.

Emberizidae Gubernatrix cristata — — — Yellow Cardinal Paroaria capitata — Yellow – billed Cardinal 122 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Paroaria coronate Red-crested Cardinal Tangara fastuosa Seven-coloured Tanager Amandava formosa Estrildidae — Green Avadavat Amadina fasciata group — Cut-throat Amandava subflava Zebra Waxbill Estrilda astrild — — Common Waxbill Estrilda caerulescens Lavender Waxbill Estrilda melpoda — — Orange-cheeked Waxbill Estrilda troglodytes Black-rumped Waxbill — Lagonosticta larvata Black-throated Firefinch — Lagonosticta rara Black-bellied Firefinch — Lagonosticta rubricata African Firefinch Lagonosticta rufopicta — — Bar-breasted Firefinch Lagonosticta senegala — Red-billed Firefinch Mandingoa nitidula Green-backed Twinspot — Nesocharis capistrata — White-cheeked Oliveback Nigrita bicolor — Chestnut-breasted Negrofinch Nigrita canicapilla — Grey-headed Negrofinch Nigrita fusconota — White-breasted Negrofinch Ortygospiza atricollis — — Parmoptila woodhousei — Woodhouse's Antpecker Pyrenestes ostrinus — Black-bellied Seedcracker Pemuliharaan Hidupan Liar 123 Pytilia hypogrammica — Red-faced Pytilia Pytilia phoenicoptera — Red-winged Pytilia Poephila cincta — Black-throated Finch Spermophaga haematina — Western Bluebill Uraeginthus bengalus — Red-cheeked Cordonbleu Fringillidae Carduelis yarrellii — Yellow-faced Siskin Serinus gularis — Streaky-headed Seedeater Serinus leucopygius — White-rumped Seedeater Serinus mozambicus — Yellow-fronted Canary Serinus canaria — Island Canary Muscicapidae Garrulax canorus Rimba Hawai Hwamei Monarchidae Terpsiphone bourbonnensis — Mascarene Paradise- Flycatche r Passeridae Passer griseus — Northern Grey-headed Sparrow Petronia dentata Bush Petronia Plocepasser superciliosus — — Chestnut-crowned Sparrow-weaver

Ploceidae Amblyospiza albifrons Grosbeak Weaver Bubalornis albirostris — — White-billed Buffalo-weaver Euplectes afer Yellow-crowned Bishop — Euplectes ardens Red-collared Widowbird — Euplectes macroura — Yellow-shouldered Widowbird Euplectes hordeaceus Black-winged Bishop — Euplectes orix Red Bishop Malimbus cassini — — Black-throated 124 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Malimbe Malimbus malimbicus Crested Malimbe Malimbus nitens — — Gray's Malimbe Malimbus rubricollis Red-headed Malimbe — Malimbus scutatus Red-vented Malimbe — Ploceus cucullatus Village Weaver Ploceus heuglini — — Heuglin's-weaver Ploceus melanocephalus Kamen — Black-headed Weaver Ploceus luteolus Little Weaver Ploceus nigricollis — — Black-necked Weaver Ploceus nigerrimus — Vieillot's Black Weaver

Ploceus preussi Weaver Ploceus pelzelni — Preuss's — Slender-billed Weaver Ploceus superciliosus Compact Weaver Ploceus tricolor — — Yellow-mantled Weaver Ploceus velatus — Southern Kamen-weaver Quelea erythrops — Red-headed Quelea Sporopipes frontalis Speckle-fronted Weaver — Paradisaeidae Astrapia spp.

— — Cicinnurus spp.

— — Cnemophilus spp.
— — Epimachus bruijnii Pale-billed Sicklebill — Epimachus spp.

Loboparadisea sericea — — — Yellow-breasted Bird-of-paradise wildlife conservation 125 Lophorina superba — Smile Bird-of – paradise Lycocorax pyrrhopterus Paradise-crow — Macgregoria pulchra — Macgregor's Bird-of-paradise Manucodia spp. — — Melampitta spp. — — Paradigalla spp. — — Paradisaea spp.

— — Parotia spp. — — Pteridophora alberti — King of stipulated by the Bird-of-paradise Ptiloris spp.
— — Seleucidis melanoleuca — Twelve-wired Bird of paradise Semioptera wallacii – — Pholidornis rushiae Standardwing Remizidae — Tit-hylia Sylviidae Acrocephalus rodericanus — Rodrigues Warbler Timaliidae Liocichla omeiensis — Emei Shan Liocichla ORDER PHOENICOPTERIFORMES Phoenicopteridae Phoenicoparrus andinus Andean Flamingo Phoenicoparrus jamesi — — Puna Flamingo Phoenicopterus spp.

— — ORDER PELECANIFORMES Balaenicipitidae Shoebill Balaeniceps rex — ORDER PICIFORMES Capitonidae Barbet Semnornis ramphastinus — Ramphastidae Toucans Baillonius bailloni Saffron Toucanet Pteroglossus aracari — — Black-necked Aracari Pteroglossus castanotis Chestnut-eared 126 — laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Aracari Pteroglossus viridis Green Aracari Ramphastos dicolorus — — Red-breasted Toucan Ramphastos sulfuratus Keel-billed Toucans — Ramphastos toco Toco Toucan Ramphastos tucanus — — Red-billed Toucan Ramphastos vitellinus Channel-billed Toucan — Selenidera maculirostris Spot-billed Toucanet — ORDER PSITTACIFORMES Cacatuidae Cacatua PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Callocephalon fimbriatum Gang-gang Cockatoo — Calyptorhynchus spp.

— — Eolophus roseicapillus Galah — Loriidae Chalcopsitta spp.
— — Charmosyna spp.

— — Eos PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Glossopsitta spp.

— — Lorius spp.

Neopsittacus musschenbroekii — — — Yellow-billed and bite; pullicanda — Neopsittacus Oreopsittacus arfaki — Emerald and bite; Plum-faced Phigys solitarius Collared and bite; — Pseudeos fuscata Dusky Lory — Lory Psitteuteles spp.
— — Trichoglossus spp.

— — Wildlife Conservation 127 Vini PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Psittacidae Agapornis spp.
(except for the species included in the Fifth Schedule) — — Alisterus spp. — — Amazona PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — Amazon Parrot Aprosmictus erythropterus Red-winged Parrot — Aprosmictus jonquillaceus Olive-shouldered Parrot — Ara spp. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Aratinga spp.

— — Barnardius zonarius — Australian Ringneck Bolbopsittacus lunulatus Guaiabero — Bolborhynchus spp.

— — Brotogeris spp.
Cyanoliseus patagonus — — — Burrowing Hocking Coracopsis spp.

— — Cyanoliseus spp.
— — Cyanoramphus spp.
(except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Cyclopsitta spp.
(except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Deroptyus accipitrinus — Hawk-headed Parrot Macaw Diopsittaca nobilis — Hahn's — Electus Parrot Eclectus roratus Enicognathus spp.

— — Forpus spp.

— — Geoffroyus spp.

— — 128 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Graydidascalus brachyurus Short-tailed Parrot — Hapalopsittaca spp. — — — Swift Parrot Lathamus discolor Leptosittaca branickii Golden-plumed Conure — Loriculus spp. — — Micropsitta spp.

— — Myiopsitta spp.

Nandayus nenday — — — Black-headed Conure Nannopsittaca dachilleae Amazonian Nannopsittaca panychlora — — Tepui Hocking Hocking Neophema spp.
(except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Neopsephotus bourkii — Bourke's Parrot Nestor meridionalis — Kaka Nestor notabilis Kea Northiella haematogaster — — Blue Bonnet Orthopsittaca manilata — Red-bellied Macaw Pionites leucogaster White-bellied Parrot — Pionites melanocephala Black-headed Parrot — Pionopsitta spp.
(except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Pionus spp.

— — Platycercus spp. — — Wildlife Conservation 129 Poicephalus spp.

— — Polytelis spp.
— — Primolius auricollis — Yellow-collared Macaw Prioniturus spp.
— — Prosopeia spp.

— — Psephotus spp.
(kecuali spesies yang termasuk dalam Jadual Kedua) — — Psilopsiagon aurifrons — Mountain Parakeet Psilopsiagon aymara — Grey-hooded Parakeet Psittacella spp.
— — Psittacula krameri — Rose-ringed Parakeet Psittacula spp.
(kecuali spesies yang termasuk dalam Jadual Kedua) — — Psittaculirostris spp.

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Psittacus erithacus — Grey Parrot Psittrichas fulgidus — Pesquet's Parrot Purpureicephalus spurius — Red-capped Parrot Pyrrhura spp. (kecuali spesies yang termasuk dalam Jadual Kedua) — — Tanygnathus spp.
— — Touit spp.

Triclaria malachitacea — — — Blue-bellied Parrot ORDER SPHENISCIFORMES Spheniscidae Penguins Spheniscus demersus — Africa ORDER STRUTHIONIFORMES 130 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Rhea pennata pennata — Rheidae Darwin's Rhea Rhea americana — Common Rhea ORDER TINAMIFORMES Tinamidae Rhynchotus rufescens — Red-winged Tinamou Turnicidae Turnix melanogaster ORDER TURNICIFORMES — Black-breasted Buttonquail CLASS REPTILES of the ORDER CROCODYLIA Alligatoridae American Alligator Alligator mississippiensis — Crocodylidae Crocodylus johnsoni — Australian Freshwater Crocodile Crocodylus novaeguineae — New Guinea Crocodile Paleosuchus palpebrosus — Dwarf Caiman Paleosuchus trigonatus Cuvier's — Schneider's Smooth-fronted Caiman ORDER SQUAMATA SUBORDER LACERTILIA Agamidae Uromastyx spp.

— — Chamaeleonidae Bradypodion spp.

— — Brookesia spp.
(except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Calumma spp.

— — Chamaeleo spp.

— — Furcifer spp.

— — Cordylidae Cordylus campbelli — Campbell's wildlife conservation Girdled Dibamidae Lizard Cordylus coeruleopunctatus 131 — Blue-spotted Girdled Lizard Cordylus cataphractus — Armadillo Girdled Lizard Cordylus cordylus Girdled Lizard Cordylus giganteus — — Giant Girdled Lizard Cordylus lawrenci — Girdled Lizard Cordylus warreni Lawrence's — Warren's Girdled Lizard Cordylus spp. — — Pseudocordylus spp.
— Craig Lizard Dibamus booliati Dibamus tiomanensis — — — — Gekkonidae Cyrtodactylus serpensinsula — Serpent Island Gecko Hoplodactylus spp.

— Sticky-toed Geckos Naultinus spp.

— — Phelsuma spp.
— — Uroplatus spp.

— — Helodermatidae Heloderma suspectum — Gila Monsters Heloderma spp.
(except for the species included in the second schedule) — — the Iguanidae Amblyrhynchus cristatus — Galapagos Marine Iguana Conolophus spp. — — Iguana spp.

— — Phrynosoma coronatum — Coast Horned Lizard Podarcis lilfordi — Lacertidae Lizard Podarcis pityusensis — Balearic Ibiza Wall Lizard Corucia zebrata Scincidae — Prehensile-tailed 132 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Skink Aspidoscelis hyperythra — Orange-Throated Whiptail Teiidae Crocodilurus amazonicus — Crocodile Tegu Dracaena guianensis Guianan — Caiman Lizard Dracaena paraguayensis — Paraguyan Caiman Lizard Dracaena spp.
— — Tupinambis rufescens — Argentine Tegu Tupinambis teguixin — Common Tegu Tupinambis spp. — — Varanidae Varanus acanthurus — Spiny-tailed Pygmy Monitor Varanus brevicauda Short-tailed Pygmy — Monitor Varanus caudolineatus — Streaked-tailed Monitor Varanus eremius — Desert Pygmy Monitor Varanus exanthematicus — African Savannah Monitor Varanus giganteus — Perentie Varanus gilleni — Pygmy Mulga Monitor Varanus glauerti — Long-tailed Rock Monitor Varanus gouldi — Gould's Monitor Varanus grayi — Gray's Monitor Varanus indicus — Pacific Monitor Varanus mertensi — Merten's Water Monitor Varanus mitchelli — Mitchell's Water Monitor Varanus niloticus — Nile Monitor Varanus prasinus — Emerald Monitor Varanus primordius — Ridge-tailed Monitor wildlife conservation 133 Varanus salvadorii — Papuan Monitor
Varanus semiremex — Mangrove Monitor Varanus spenceri — Spencer's Monitor Varanus storri — Dwarf Monitor Varanus timorensis — Timor Tree Monitor Varanus tristis — Freckled Monitor Varanus varius — Lace Monitor Varanus spp. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Shinisaurus crocodilurus — Xenosauridae Chinese Crocodile Lizard SUBORDER SERPENTES Boidae Boa PMS. (except for the subspecies included in the second schedule) Snakes Boa Boas Calabaria reinhardtii — Calabar's Burrowing Python Candoia aspera — Candoia bibroni Papuan Ground Boa — Boa Candoia carinata — Pacific-Solomons Tree Boa Candoia spp.

Charina bottae — — — Rubber Boa Charina spp.
— — Corallus annulatus — Annulated Tree Boa Corallus caninus — Emerald Tree Boa Corallus hortulanus — Garden Tree Boa Corallus spp.

— — Epicrates angulifer — Cuban Tree Boa Epicrates cenchria — Rainbow Boa Epicrates chrysogaster — Bahama Island Boa Epicrates exsul — Abacao Islands Boa 134 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Epicrates fordii — Ford's Boa Epicrates gracilis — Haitian Boa Epicrates striatus Vine — Fischer's Tree Boa Epicrates PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — — — Sand Boa Eryx jaculus Eryx jayakari — Jayakar's Sand Boa Eryx johnii — Blunt-tailed Sand Bao Eryx tataricus Tartary Sand Boa Eryx — spp.
— — Eunectes murinus — Anaconda Eunectes notaeus — Yellow Anaconda Eunectes spp.

— — Gongylophis colubrinus — Kenyan Sand Boa Gongylophis conicus — Indian Sand Boa Gongylophis muelleri — Muller's Sand Boa Gongylophis spp.

— — Lichanura trivirgata Rosy Boa — Lichanura spp.

— — Pythonidae Antaresia childreni — children's Rock Antaresia perthensis Pygmy Python — Python Antaresia stimsoni — Stimson's Python Antaresia spp.

— — Apodora papuana Papuan Python Aspidites melanocephalus — — Black-headed Python Aspidites ramsayi — Woma Python Aspidites spp.

— — Wildlife Conservation 135 Bothrochilus boa — Python Leiopython albertisii Barred — White-lipped Python Liasis spp.
— — Morelia albertisii — D'albertis Python Morelia amethistina — Amethyst Python Morelia boa — Barred Python Morelia boeleni — Boelen's Python Morelia carinata — Rough-scaled Python Morelia mackloti — Water Python

Morelia olivacea — Olive Rock Python Morelia papuana Python Morelia spilota — Papua Carpet Python Morelia viridis — — Green Tree Python Morelia spp.
— — Python anchietae — Python Python molurus bivittatus Angolan — Burmese Python Python curtus Pythons Blood Blood Python Python regius — Ball Python Python natalensis — Lesser African Rock Python Python sebae — African Rock Python Python timoriensis — Timor Python Python PMS. (except species and subspecies that are included in the second schedule) — — Atretium schistosum Colubridae — Olivaceous Keelback Clelia clelia Mussurana Cyclagras gigas — — Brazilian Smooth Snake 136 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Elachistodon westermanni — Indian Egg-eater Elaphe porphyracea — Red Mountain Racer Snake Hoplocephalus bungaroides Head width of the Broad-headed Snake
Xenochrophis piscator — Asiatic Water Snake Elapidae Micrurus diastema Ular Pantai Atlantik Atlantic Coral Snake Micrurus nigrocinctus Ular Pantai Belang Hitam Black-banded Coral Snake Naja atra Ular Senduk Cina Chinese Cobra Naja mandalayensis Ular Senduk Cobra Naja naja Ular Senduk Asia Common Cobra Naja oxiana Ular Senduk Asia Tengah Central Asian Cobra Naja philippinensis — North Philippine Spitting Cobra Naja sagittifera Ular Senduk Andaman Andaman Cobra Naja samarensis Ular Senduk Peter Peter's Cobra Naja siamensis Ular Senduk Indochina Indochinese Cobra Naja sputatrix

This Cobra snake Scoop Indonesia Loxocemidae Loxocemus bicolor — Mexican Burrowing Python Tropidophiidae Exilibao placata — Oaxacan Dwarf Boa Boulenger's Boa Trachyboa boulengeri — Trachyboa spp. — — Tropidophis spp.

— — Ungaliophis panamensis — Central American Dwarf Boa Ungaliophis spp.

Wildlife Conservation — — 137 Viperidae Agkistrodon bilineatus — Mexican Atropoides nummifer Copperhead Viper Bothriechis schlegelii — Jumping — Horned Palm Viper Bothrops asper — Barba Amarilla Crotalus durissus — Pit Viper Daboia russelii Cascabel Snake Axe Russell Viper Vipera wagneri Russell's Axe Snake Viper Porthidium nasutum Wagner Wagner's — Horned Hog-Nosed Pit Viper Trimeresurus puniceus Flat-Nose Axe Snake Flat-nosed Pit Viper ORDER TESTUDINES Carettochelyidae Carettochelys insculpta terrapin Nozzle Pig Pig-nosed Turtle Macrochelys temminckii — Chelydridae Snapping Alligator Turtle Graptemys spp Emydidae. (except for the species included in Second Schedule) — — Wood turtle Glyptemys insculpta — Terrapene spp.
(except for the species included in the second schedule) — — the Geoemydidae Cuora PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) Geoemyda spengleri — — — Black-breasted Hill Turtle Heosemys grandis Hill Big Giant Asian Pond Turtle Mauremys iversoni — Fujian Pond Turtle Mauremys megalocephala — Chinese Broad-headed Pond Turtle Mauremys mutica — Yellow Pond Turtle 138 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Mauremys nigricans — Red-necked Pond Turtle Mauremys pritchardi — Pritchard's Pond Turtle Mauremys sinensis — Chinese Stripe-necked Turtle Sacalia bealei — Beal's Eyed Turtle Sacalia pseudocellata — Chinese False-eyed Turtle Sacalia quadriocellata —

Four-eyed Turtle Pangshura spp.
(except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Platysternon megacephalum — Platysternidae Big-headed Turtle Peltocephalus dumerilianus Podocnemididae — Big-headed Amazon River Turtle Podocnemis spp.
— — Testudinidae Chersina angulata — Angulated Tortoise Geochelone spp. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Gopherus PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Homopus PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Indotestudo spp.
(except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Kinixys spp.

— — Malacochersus tornieri — African Pancake Tortoise Manouria spp. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Psammobates spp.
(except for the species included wildlife conservation — — 139 in the second schedule)

Testudo PMS. (except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Trionychidae Chitra PMS. (except the species included in the second schedule) — — Lissemys punctata — Spotted Turtle Lissemys scutata — Burmese Flapshell Turtle Palea steindachneri — Wattle-necked Softshell Turtle Pelochelys spp.
(except for the species included in the second schedule) — — Pelodiscus axenaria — Chinese Softshell Turtle Pelodiscus parviformis Pelodiscus maackii — — — — ORDER ANURA AMPHIBIANS CLASS Dendrobatidae Dendrobates spp.

— — Epipedobates spp.

— — Minyobates spp.

— — Phyllobates spp.
— — Hylidae Agalychnis spp.

— — Mantellidae Mantella spp.
Scaphiophryne gottlebei — — — Microhylidae Red Rain Frog Rheobatrachus spp Myobatrachidae.

— — Ranidae Euphlyctis hexadactylus Green Pond Frog Green Pond Frog 140 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Hoplobatrachus tigerinus Frog Tiger Tiger Frog ORDER CAUDATA Ambystoma dumerilii Ambystomidae — Lake Patzcuaro Salamander Ambystoma mexicanum — Axolotl CLASS ARAKNIDA ORDER ARANEAE Theraphosidae Aphonopelma albiceps — Amula Red Rump Tarantula typing Aphonopelma pallidum — Chihuahua Rose-grey Tarantulla Avicularia avicularia — Pinktoe Tarantula typing Brachypelma spp. — — CLASS INSEKTA ORDER COLEOPTERA Lucanidae Colophon spp.

— Cape Stag Beetles ORDER LEPIDOPTERA Papilionidae Atrophaneura jophon — Sri Lanka Rose Atrophaneura pandiyana Malabar Rose — Bhutanitis spp.
— Bhutan Swallowtails Parnassius apollo — Apollo Butterfly Teinopalpus spp.

Trogonoptera spp — Kaiserihinds.
— Birdwing Butterflies CLASS GASTROPODA Camaenidae Papustyla pulcherrima Emerald Green Snail — wildlife conservation 141 SECOND SCHEDULE [section 3]

FULLY PROTECTED WILDLIFE Interpretation of Second Schedule 1. Species included in this schedule referred to — (a) the name of the species; or (b) as all the species included in a higher takson or specified part thereof.

2. The abbreviation "spp." is used to denote all species of a higher takson.

3. Sound of the ambiguous higher than species are for the purposes of information or classification only. A common name is included after the scientific name for the tribe is for reference only. It aims to show the species in the family may be included in this table. In most cases, this is not all species in the family.

4. If there is a discrepancy between the scientific name with the local name and the common name in the use of the name of any species in this table, scientific name shall apply.

Family scientific name local name Usual Name CLASS MAMMAL ORDER ARTIODACTYLA Antilocapridae Pronghorn Antilocapra americana — Mexican — Addax nasomaculatus Addax Bovidae Bison bison American Bison Bos gaurus — Gaur Malayan Gaur Bos javanicus Banteng Banteng Bos mutus Wild Yak — 142 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Bos sauveli Kouprey Bubalus depressicornis — Anoa Bubalus mindorensis — Tamaraw Bubalus quarlesi — Mountain Anoa Capra falconeri — — Markhor Capricornis spp.

Serow Capricornis sumatraensis — Desert Goats Cephalophus jentinki Serow — Jentink's Gazella cuvieri — Duiker Gazelle Gazella leptoceros — Cuvier's Sand Hippotragus niger variani Gazelle — Giant Sable Antelope Naemorhedus baileyi Red Goral Naemorhedus caudatus — — Chinese Goral Naemorhedus goral — Himalayan Goral Naemorhedus griseus Chinese Goral — South Nanger dama — Addra Gazelle Oryx Oryx Oryx dammah — Sahara leucoryx — Arabian Oryx Ovis ammon hodgsonii — Great Tibetan Sheep Ovis ammon nigrimontana — Asian Wild Sheep Ovis orientalis ophion — Cyprian Wild Sheep Ovis vignei vignei — Ladakh Urial Pantholops hodgsonii — Chiru Pseudoryx
nghetinhensis — Saola Rupicapra pyrenaica ornata — Pyrenean Chamois Cervidae Axis calamianensis Calamian Deer, Axis kuhlii — — Bawean Deer wildlife conservation 143 Axis porcinus annamiticus — Hog Deer Blastocerus dichotomus Show map — Marsh Deer Dama mesopotamica Persian Fallow is Deer Hippocamelus — spp.

Muntiacus crinifrons Huemuls — Black Muntjac Muntiacus vuquangensis — — Giant Muntjac Deer Ozotoceros bezoarticus — Compensation — Chilean Pudu Pudu puda Rucervus duvaucelii — on-site Swamp Deer Rucervus eldii — Brow-antlered Deer Camelidae Vicugna Vicugna vicugna — Moschidae Moschus spp.

Rusa Kasturi Musk Deer Suidae Babyrousa babyrussa Babirusa Babiroussa Babyrousa celebensis — North Sulawesi Babirusa Babyrousa togeanensis — Malenge Babirusa Sus barbatus Babi Bodoh Bearded Pig Sus salvanius — Pygmy Hog Tayassuidae Catagonus wagneri — Chacoan Peccary ORDER CARNIVORA Ailuridae Ailurus fulgens — Lesser Panda Canidae Canis lupus Serigala Common Wolf Cuon alpinus Anjing Hutan Asiatic Wild Dog Speothos venaticus — Bush Dog Felidae Acinonyx jubatus — Cheetah Caracal caracal — Caracal Catopuma badia — Bay Cat Catopuma temminckii Kucing Tulap Asian Golden Cat Felis nigripes — Black-footed Cat 144 Laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Leopardus geoffroyi — Geoffroy's Cat Leopardus jacobita — Andean Cat Leopardus pardalis — Ocelot Leopardus tigrinus — Little Spotted Cat Leopardus wiedii — Margay Lynx pardinus — Iberian Lynx Lynx rufus — Neofelis diardi Bobcat — Bornean clouded leopard Neofelis nebulosa Clouded Leopard Tree Tiger Panthera leo persica — Asiatic Lion Panthera onca Jaguar Jaguar Panthera pardus Panthera tigris Panther Leopard Tiger Tiger Striped Cat Pardofelis marmorata Marbled Cat Prionailurus bengalensis Tree Cat Prionailurus planiceps Stone Leopard Cat Jungle Cat Flat-headed Cat Prionailurus rubiginosus —

Rusty-spotted Cat Prionailurus viverrinus — Fishing Cat Puma concolor coryi — Florida Cougar Puma concolor costaricensis — Central American Puma Puma concolor cougar — Eastern Cougar Puma yagouaroundi Eyra Cat Uncia uncia — — Snow Leopard Herpestidae Herpestes brachyurus Short-tailed Bambun Short-tailed Mongoose Herpestes edwardsii Bambun Gray Mongoose Herpestes urva Indian Grey Bambun, Crab Cherpelai Crab-eating Mongoose wildlife conservation 145 Aonyx capensis microdon — Mustelidae Cameroon Clawless Otter aeroplane Aonyx cinerea Beaver Small Small-clawed Otter aeroplane Enhydra lutris nereis — California Sea Otter aeroplane Lontra felina — Marine Otter aeroplane Lontra longicaudis — Long-tailed Otter aeroplane Lontra provocax — Southern River Otter aeroplane Lutra lutra Lutra Otter aeroplane Common North Beaver nippon — Japanese River Otter aeroplane Lutra sumatrana Hairy Hairy Beavers Nose-nosed Otter aeroplane Lutrogale perspicillata Smooth Otter aeroplane Beaver Smooth Martes flavigula Yellow-throated Mengkira Marten Martes gwatkinsii — Nilgiri Marten Mustela nigripes — Black-footed Ferret Mustela nudipes Malay Land Pulasan Pteronura brasiliensis — Major Giant Panda Ailuropoda melanoleuca Ursidae Otter aeroplane Giant Panda Helarctos malayanus Sun Bear, Malayan Sun Bear Melursus ursinus — Sloth Bear Tremarctos ornatus — Andean Bear Ursus arctos Bear War Brown Bear Ursus arctos isabellinus — Himalayan Brown Bear Ursus maritimus Polar Bear Polar Bear Ursus thibetanus — Asian Black Bear Viverridae binturong Arctictis Binturong Binturong Civet Arctogalidia trivirgata Small-toothed Root Palm Civet Cynogale bennettii Otter aeroplane Beaver Civet civet 146 laws of Malaysia ACT Hemigalus derbyanus 716 Civet Civet Paguma larvata Banded Striped Civet Kamen Palm Civet Prionodon linsang Prionodon pardicolor Linsang Banded Linsang Linsang Former Spotted Linsang

Civet Viverra megaspila Large Point Civet Viverra tangalunga Large Spotted Civet Viverra zibetha Malayan Civet Civet Jebat Large Indian Civet Viverricula malaccensis Musang Months Little Civet ORDER CHIROPTERA Pteropodidae Acerodon jubatus — Golden-capped Fruit Bat Pteropus insularis — Chuuk Flying-fox Pteropus loochoensis — Japanese Flying-fox Pteropus mariannus — Marianas Flying-fox Pteropus molossinus — Rodrigues Flying-fox Pteropus pelewensis — Palau Flying fox Pteropus pilosus-Large Palau Flying —-fox Pteropus samoensis — Samoan Flying-fox Pteropus tonganus — Insular Flying-fox Pteropus ualanus — Kosrae Flying-fox Pteropus yapensis — Yap Flying fox ORDER DASYUROMORPHIA-Dasyuridae Sminthopsis longicaudata — Long-tailed Dunnart Sminthopsis psammophila — Sandhill Dunnart ORDER DERMOPTERA Cynocephalidae Galeopterus variegatus Kubung, Kujul, Kubung Pelanduk Sunda Flying Lemur Pemuliharaan Hidupan Liar 147 ORDER DIPROTODONTIA Macropodidae Dendrolagus spp.

— Tree Kangaroos Lagorchestes hirsutus — Rufous Hare-wallaby Lagostrophus fasciatus — Banded Hare-wallaby Onychogalea fraenata — Bridled Nailtail Wallaby Onychogalea lunata — Crescent Nailtail Wallaby Potoroidae Bettongia spp.

— The Rat-kangaroos Caloprymnus campestris — Desert Rat-kangaroo Lasiorhinus krefftii Vombatidae Northern Hairy-nosed — Wombat ORDER INSECTIVORA Soricidae Chimarrogale hantu — Malayan Water Shrew Caprolagus hispidus Leporidae LAGOMORPHS ORDER — Assam Rabbit Romerolagus diazi — Volcano Rabbit ORDER PERAMELEMORPHIA Peramelidae Perameles bougainville — Barred Bandicoot Thylacomyidae Macrotis lagotis Bilby Macrotis leucura — — Lesser Bilby ORDER PERISSODACTYLA Equidae Equus africanus — African Ass Equus grevyi — Zebra Equus hemionus hemionus Grevy's — Mongolian Wild Ass Equus hemionus khur Indian Wild Ass — 148 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Equus przewalskii — Mongolian Wild Horse Equus zebra Cape Mountain Zebra Zebra — Ceratotherium simum cottoni Rhinocerotidae — Northern Square-lipped Rhinoceros Ceratotherium simum simum — Southern Square-lipped Rhinoceros Dicerorhinus sumatrensis Sumatran Rhino Sumatran Rhinoceros Diceros bicornis — Black Rhinoceros Rhinoceros sondaicus Javan Rhinoceros Javan Rhinoceros unicornis — Great Indian Rhinoceros Tapiridae Tapirus bairdii — Baird's Tapir Tapir, Tapirus indicus Malayan Tapir Tapir Tapirus pinchaque — Andean Tapir Tapirus terrestris Lowland Tapir — ORDER PHOLIDOTA Manidae Manis javanica Pangolin Manis Tenggiling spp.

Tenggiling ORDER Atelidae PRIMATES Pangolins Alouatta coibensis — Howling Monkey Alouatta Coiba Island — Mantled Howling Monkey palliate Alouatta pigra — Guatemalan Ateles geoffroyi frontatus Howling Monkey — Black-browed Spider Monkey Ateles geoffroyi panamensis — Spider Monkey Brachyteles arachnoides Panama — Woolly Spider Monkey wildlife conservation 149 Oreonax flavicauda — Yellow-tailed Woolly Monkey Cebidae Callimico goeldii Marmoset Callithrix aurita — Goeldi's — Buffy-tufted Marmoset Callithrix flaviceps-erection all risks — Buffy-headed Marmoset Leontopithecus spp. Lion tamarins Saguinus bicolor — — Bare-faced Tamarin Saguinus geoffroyi — Cotton-top Marmoset Saguinus leucopus — White-footed Tamarin Saguinus martinsi — Martin's Bare-faced Tamarin Saguinus oedipus — Cotton-headed Tamarin Saimiri oerstedii — Central American Squirrel Monkey Cercopithecidae Cercocebus galeritus — Tana River Mangabey Cercopithecus diana — Diana Guenon Cercopithecus Roloway Monkey roloway — Macaque Macaca arctoides Stump-tailed Macaque Macaca silenus — Lion-tailed Macaque Mandrillus leucophaeus — Drill Mandrillus sphinx Mandrill Monkey Nasalis larvatus — Dutch Proboscis Monkey Nasalis spp. — Long-nosed Monkey Piliocolobus kirkii — Kirk's Colobus Piliocolobus rufomitratus — Tana River Red Colobus Presbytis potenziani — Long-tailed Langur Pygathrix spp.


Snub-nosed Monkeys — 150 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Rhinopithecus avunculus — Tonkin Snub nosed Monkeys Rhinopithecus bieti — — Yunnan Snub-nosed Monkey Rhinopithecus brelichi — Brelich's Snub-nosed Monkey Semnopithecus spp.

The gray Langur Trachypithecus geei — — Golden Langur Trachypithecus pileatus — Bonneted Langur Trachypithecus shortridgei — Allocebus trichotis Cheirogaleidae Langur Shortridge's — Hairy-eared Dwarf Lemurs Cheirogaleus spp.

— Dwarf Lemur Microcebus spp.

— The Mouse Lemurs Mirza coquereli — Coquerel's Dwarf Lemurs Phaner spp.

— Fork-marked Lemurs Daubentoniidae Daubentonia madagascariensis — Aye-aye Hominidae Gorilla Gorilla Gorilla Gorilla beringei Eastern gorilla Gorilla Gorilla Pan spp.

A chimpanzee Chimpanzees Pongo abelii Sumatran Orang Utan Orangutan Pongo pygmaeus Sumatran Orang-utans of Borneo Bornean Orang Utan Hoolock hoolock — Hoolock Hylobatidae Gibbon Hylobates agilis Agile Gibbons black hand Gibbon Hylobates lar Gibbons White White Hand Gibbon Hylobates muelleri Win Borneo Bornean Gibbon Hylobates Gibbons spp.

Gibbons Gibbons Nomascus spp.

— Gibbons wildlife conservation Siamang Symphalangus syndactylus Siamang 151 Indriidae Avahi laniger — Eastern Woolly Lemurs Avahi occidentalis — Western Avahi Avahi unicolor — Indri indri — Unicoloured Avahi Indris Propithecus spp. — Sifakas Lemuridae Eulemur spp.

— Lemurs Hapalemur spp.

— Lemurs Lemurs catta — Ring-tailed Lemurs Lepilemur spp.

Sportive Lemurs Prolemur simus — — Greater Bamboo Lemurs Varecia rubra — Red Ruffed Lemurs Varecia variegata — Ruffed Lemurs Lorisidae Nycticebus bengalensis — Bengal Slow Loris Nycticebus coucang Slow Loris Nycticebus pygmaeus — Slow Loris Pygmy Slow Loris Nycticebus spp.

— Slow Loris Pitheciidae Cacajao spp.

Chiropotes albinasus Uakaris — — White-nosed Saki Bearded PROBOSCIDAE ORDER


Elephantidae Elephants Elephas maximus Asia Asian Elephant Loxodonta africana African Elephant African Elephant ORDER RODENTIA Chinchillidae Chinchilla spp.

Dipodomys elator Heteromyidae Chinchillas — — Texas Kangaroo Rat Dipodomys gravipes — San Quintin Kangaroo Rat 152 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Dipodomys ingens — Giant Kangaroo Rat Dipodomys insularis — San Jose Island Kangaroo Rat Dipodomys margaritae — Margarita Island Kangaroo Rat Dipodomys nitratoides — San Joaquin Kangaroo Rat Dipodomys spectabilis — Banner-tailed Kangaroo Rat Dipodomys stephensi — Stephen's Kangaroo Rat Hystricidae Trichys fasciculata Long-tailed Porcupine Rice Porcupine Muridae Leporillus conditor — Greater Stick-nest Rat Pseudomys fieldi praeconis — Alice Springs Mouse Xeromys myoides — False on-site Swamp Rat Zyzomys pedunculatus — Central Rock Rat Sciuridae Aeromys tephromelas Tupai Terbang Hitam Large Black Flying Squirrel Callosciurus prevostii Tupai Gading Prevost's Squirrel Cynomys mexicanus — Prairie Dog Hylopetes lepidus Tupai Terbang Pipi Kelabu Grey-cheeked Flying Squirrel Hylopetes spadiceus Tupai Terbang Pipi Merah Red-cheeked Flying Squirrel Iomys horsfieldii Tupai Terbang Ekor Merah Horsfield's Flying Squirrel Petaurillus kinlochii Tupai Terbang Terkecil Selangor Pygmy Flying Squirrel Petaurista elegans Tupai Terbang Bintang Spotted Giant Flying Squirrel Petaurista petaurista Tupai Terbang Merah Red Giant Flying Squirrel Petinomys genibarbis Tupai Terbang Berjambang

Whiskered Flying Squirrel wildlife conservation 153 Petinomys setosus Temminck's flying squirrel Flying Squirrel Petinomys vordermanni Temminck's Squirrel Flying Squirrel Pteromyscus pulverulentus Vordermann's Flying Squirrels Fly Dirty Smoky Flying Squirrel Ratufa affinis giant squirrel Squirrel White-Yellow Cream-coloured Giant Squirrel Ratufa bicolor Black giant squirrel Squirrel Black Giant Squirrel ORDER SCANDENTIA Tupaiidae Tupaia glis Common Treeshrew Nozzles Squirrel Large Treeshrew Tupaia minor Pygmy Treeshrew ORDER XENARTHRA Dasypodidae Priodontes maximus — Giant Armadillo CLASS AVES ORDER ANSERIFORMES Anatidae Anas aucklandica — Brown Teal Anas laysanensis — Laysan Duck Anas oustaleti — Marianas Island Duck Anas acuta Northern Pintail Duck Anas crecca Estuary Duck European Common Teal Anas penelope Eurasian Wigeon Duck Anas querquedula Eurasian babes Gargany Garganey Anas clypeata Duck Duck Aythya fuligula Spoon Northern Shoveller Tufted Duck Duck Jambul Branta sandvicensis Hawaiian Goose Branta canadensis — leucopareia — the bleak Aleutian Canada Goose 154 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Cairina scutulata White-winged Lemongrass Forest Duck Dendrocygna arcuata Wandering Whistling-duck — Dendrocygna javanica Lesser Whistling-duck Belibis Nettapus coromandelianus Cotton Duck

Cotton Pygmy-goose Rhodonessa caryophyllacea — Pink-headed Duck ORDER APODIFORMES Apodidae Aerodramus salanganus — Mossy-nest Swiftlet Apus pacificus kite Tail arm of Fork-tailed Swift Apus affinis kite Home House Swift Collocalia brevirostris kite Himalaya Himalayan Swiftlet Collocalia esculenta kite Stomach White Glossy Swiftlet Cypsiurus balasiensis kite Asia Asian Palm-swift Cypsiurus parvus African Palm-swift — Hydrochous gigas kite Hirundapus caudacutus Ghost Waterfall Swiftlet kite Neck White White-throated Needletail Hirundapus cochinchinensis kite Rengkong White White-vented Needletail Hirundapus giganteus kite Large Brown-backed Needletail Rhaphidura leucopygialis kite Small Silver-rumped Hemiprocne longipennis Needletail Hemiprocnidae kite Jambul Grey Grey-rumped Treeswift Hemiprocne comata kite Jambul Small Whiskered Treeswift wildlife conservation Glaucis dohrnii — 155 Trochilidae Hook-billed Hermit Hummingbird ORDER BUCEROTIFORMES Bucerotidae Aceros comatus White-both traditional Bonnet White crowned Hornbill Aceros subruficollis Plain-both traditional Wilderness pouched Hornbill Aceros nipalensis Rufous-necked Both Branches Hornbill Aceros narcondami Narcondam Hornbill Aceros plicatus — — Papuan Hornbill Aceros spp.

— — Anorrhinus galeritus Bushy-crested Both Bushes Hornbill Anorrhinus austeni — Hornbill Anorrhinus tickelli Austen's Brown — Brown Hornbill Anthracoceros coronatus Tickell's — Malabar Pied Hornbill Anthracoceros malayanus Black Hornbill Enggang Itchy Anthracoceros albirostris Birah both traditional Oriental Pied Hornbill Anthracoceros Belulang spp.

— — Used to be the rhinoceros Rhinoceros Rhinoceros Hornbill to be supported Both bicornis Great Hornbill to be supported Both Board spp.

— — Rhyticeros undulatus Wreathed Hornbill Enggang Gunong Helmeted Hornbill Rhinoplax vigil Helmeted Hornbill ORDER CAPRIMULGIFORMES Batrachostomidae Batrachostomus auritus Large Frogmouth Ashamed Large 156 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Batrachostomus harterti Dulit Frogmouth Batrachostomus stellatus — Ashamed Spots Mas Frogmouth Batrachostomus poliolophus Gould's — Short-tailed Frogmouth Batrachostomus cornutus Sunda Frogmouth Batrachostomus javensis — Ashamed Jawa Javan Frogmouth Batrachostomus affinis — Blyth's Caprimulgus concretus — Frogmouth Caprimulgidae Nightjar Caprimulgus macrurus Handyman Bonarparte's Grave Large-tailed Nightjar Caprimulgus indicus Grey Handyman Grey Nightjar, Caprimulgus Handyman Forest affinis Handyman Savannah's Nightjar Eurostopodus macrotis Savannas Handyman Ears Large Eared-nightjar Eurostopodus Giant temminckii Malaysian Eared-Shop Tabtibau nightjar ORDER CHARADRIIFORMES Charadriidae Charadrius alexandrinus Rapang Chains, Kentish Plover Charadrius Spotted Beach peronii Malaysian Plover Charadrius Rapang Sand Rapang placidus Long-Billed Plover Charadrius mongolus billed Rapang Mongolia Lesser Sand Plover Charadrius leschenaultii Greater Sand Plover Rapang Large Charadrius veredus

Oriental Plover Charadrius Rapang East Rapang hiaticula Common Ringed Plover Charadrius Bracelet asiaticus Caspian Plover Spotted Caspian Charadrius dubius Little Ringed Rapang Jackfruit Seeds wildlife conservation Plover Pluvialis squatarola Grey 157 Rapang Grey Plover Pluvialis fulva Pacific Golden Plover Rapang Kerinyut Pluvialis dominica American Golden Plover Vanellus — indicus Red-wattled Rapang Money Sites Vanellus malabaricus Rapang Yellow Yellow-wattled Kinabalu Sites Vanellus cinereus Rapang Grey Grey-headed Actitis hypoleucos Sites Scolopacidae Spotted Sandpiper Common Sand Arenaria interpres Ruddy Turnstone Red Pebble
Calidris canutus Red Knot Calidris tenuirostris Small Knots Red Knots Calidris David Great Big Red Neck ruficollis Red-necked Luris Stint Calidris minuta Little Stint Calidris Spotted Dwarf temminckii Temminck Temminck's Stint Calidris subminuta Long Fingers Spotted Long-toed Stint Calidris acuminata Spotted Tail Sharp Sharp-tailed Sandpiper Dunlin Calidris alpina Dunlin Calidris ferruginea Curlew Sandpiper Spotted Sand Pitcher Sanderling Calidris alba Sanderling Eurynorhynchus pygmeus White Stripe Red-billed Spoon Spoon-billed Sandpiper Gallinago stenura Pintail Snipe Gallinago Berkek Former megala Berkek Swinhoe's Snipe Gallinago gallinago Tiruk Berkek Common Snipe Gallinago Cottontail nemoricola Wood Snipe 158 Berkek Timber laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Heteroscelus brevipes Grey-tailed Red Grey-tailed Tattler Heteroscelus incanus Wandering Tattler Kucau Tongkeng Limnodromus semipalmatus Grey Eastern Red Asian Dowitcher Limnodromus Chest scolopaceus Long-billed Eastern Long-billed Dowitcher Limnodromus griseus Short-billed Dowitcher — Limosa limosa Black-tailed Red Black-tailed Godwit Limosa lapponica Bar-tailed Red Striped Limicola falcinellus Spotted-billed Godwit Wide Broad-billed Sandpiper Spotted Numenius madagascariensis Far East Eastern Curlew Numenius minutus Little Curlew Numenius Spotted Small borealis — Eskimo Curlew Numenius tenuirostris — Slender-billed Curlew Numenius arquata Eurasian babes Eastern Curlew Numenius phaeopus Pitcher Spotted Whimbrel Philomachus pugnax Knife Raut Ruff Ruff Phalaropes Phalaropus fulicaria Red Phalarope Phalaropus lobatus red-Spotted-billed Red-necked Phalarope Needle Scolopax rusticola Eurasian babes Urasia Berkek Woodcock Tringa erythropus Spotted Redshank Tringa totanus Spotted Former Red Red Common Redshank Tringa Foot stagnatilis Marsh Sandpiper Tringa Spotted Paya nebularia Common Greenshank Spotted Green Feet Tringa guttifer Kedidi Kaki Hijau Berbintik Nordmann's Greenshank Pemuliharaan Hidupan Liar 159 Tringa ochropus Kedidi Pasir Hijau Green Sandpiper Tringa glareola Kedidi Kayu Wood Sandpiper Xenus cinereus Kedidi Sereng Terek Sandpiper Jacanidae Hydrophasianus chirurgus Teratai Besar Pheasant-tailed Jacana Metopidius indicus Teratai Kecil Bronz-winged Jacana Rostratulidae Rostratula benghalensis Meragi Greater Paintedsnipe Haematopodidae Haematopus ostralegus Tetiram Eurasian Oystercatcher Recurvirostridae Himantopus himantopus Stilt Kepak Hitam Black-winged Stilt Glareolidae Glareola maldivarum Lelayang Padang Collared Pratincole Stiltia isabella Lelayang Australia Australian Pratincole Burhinidae Esacus magnirostris Sisir Air Beach Thick-knee Stercorariidae Stercorarius longicaudus Long-tailed Jaeger — Stercorarius parasiticus Parasitic Jaeger Stercorarius pomarinus — Rainbow River Pomarine Jaeger Laridae Anous minutus Black Noddy Anous stolidus — Noddy Brown Noddy Chlidonias hybridus Whiskered Tern Camar Batu Berumbai Chlidonias leucopterus White White Flaps Camar-winged Tern Gelochelidon nilotica Gull-billed Camar Oyster Tern Hydroprogne caspia Caspian Tern Camar Kaspian Larus relictus Relict Gull Larus ridibundus — Camar Head Black Common Black-headed Gull Larus brunnicephalus Brown-Camar Head Brown headed Gull Herring Gull Larus argentatus — Sterna hirundo
Camar Snail Common Tern 160 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Sterna dougallii Roseate Tern Sterna Camar Striped Camar sumatrana Black-naped Hat Black Tern Sterna anaethetus Bridled tern Sterna Camar Batu fuscata Sooty Tern Sterna Camar Wind Camar albifrons Little Tern Sterna bergii Small Camar Large Great Crested Tern Sterna Berjambul bengalensis Lesser Crested Camar Small Berjambul Tern Sterna bernsteini Chinese Berjambul Chinese Crested Camar Tern Sterna saundersi — ORDER CICONIIFORMES Ardeidae Saunders's Tern Ardea sumatrana Great-billed Pucung Cow Heron Ardea cinerea Pucung Seriap Grey Heron Ardea purpurea Purple Heron Ardea Pucung Serandau goliath — Goliath Heron Ardeola bacchus Chinese Pond-Pucung Chinese heron Ardeola grayii Indian Pond-Pucung Mangrove heron Ardeola speciosa Javan Pond-Pucung Jawa heron Bubulcus ibis Cattle Egret Heron Botaurus stellaris Pitcher Pucung Danau Great Bittern Butorides striatus Pucung Heron Casmerodius albus Keladi Little Egrets Egretta sacra Big Great Egret Heron Rock Pacific Reef-egret Egretta eulophotes Chinese Egret Egretta Herons Chinese Egrets garzetta Little Egret Gorsachius melanolophus Small Pucung Rimau Malayan Night-Heron
Ixobrychus flavicollis Black Bittern Pucung Black wildlife conservation 161 Ixobrychus sinensis Yellow Bittern Ixobrychus Pucung Red eurhythmus Pucung Gelam Bittern Ixobrychus cinnamomeus Schrenck's Von Pucung Bendang Cinnamon Bittern Mesophoyx intermedia Intermediate Egret Heron Nycticorax nycticorax Buffalo Pucung although there is Black-crowned Night-heron Nycticorax caledonicus Rufous Night-Pucung Grey heron Ciconia boyciana Ciconiidae Threskiornithidae Bald White Oriental Stork Ciconia episcopus Japanese Bald Neck White Woolly-necked Stork Ciconia stormi Bald Neck Black Storm's Stork Ephippiorhynchus senegalensis Saddle-billed Stork — Jabiru Jabiru mycteria —

Leptoptilos crumeniferus Marabou Stork Leptoptilos javanicus — Bald Little Lesser Adjutant Mycteria cinerea Milky Stork Mycteria Bald Upeh leucocephala Bald Rice Painted Stork Eudocimus albus White Ibis Geronticus eremita — — Northern Bald Ibis Nipponia nippon — Crested Ibis Plegadis falcinellus Glossy Ibis Pseudibis Sekendi Lightning davisoni White Shoulder Sekendi White-shouldered Ibis Threskiornis melanocephalus Sekendi Kepala Hitam Black-headed Ibis Pelecanidae Pelecanus onocrotalus Great White Pelican Pelecanus Undan philippensis Spot-Billed Undan Point billed Pelican Pelecanus crispus Dalmatian Pelican Dalmatian Pelican 162 laws of Malaysia ACT 716

ORDER COLUMBIFORMES Columbidae Columba guinea Speckled Pigeon Columba iriditorques — — Western Bronze-naped Pigeon Columba unicincta Afep Pigeon Columba argentina — Pigeon Caloenas nicobarica Silver Silvery Pigeon Nicobar Islands Pigeon Ducula Punai Mas mindorensis — Mindoro Imperial-pigeon Ducula aenea Green Imperial-Pergam Large pigeon Ducula pickeringii Grey Imperial-Pergam Grey pigeon Ducula bicolor Pied Imperial Pergam Rawa-pigeon Ducula badia Mountain Imperial pigeon Pergam Gunong Macropygia amboinensis Brown Cuckoo-dove — Macropygia unchall Barred Cuckoo Tekukur Fire Mountain-dove Macropygia ruficeps Little Cuckoo-Tekukur Fire dove Oena capensis — Namaque Dove Ptilinopus jambu Jambu Jambu Fruit Punai-dove Ptilinopus melanospila Black-naped Fruit —-dove Streptopelia bitorquata Island Collared-dove — Streptopelia tranquebarica Red Tekukur Red collared-dove Streptopelia decipiens Mourning Collared-dove — Streptopelia roseogrisea African Collared-dove — Streptopelia semitorquata — Red-eyed Dove Streptopelia senegalensis Laughing Dove — wildlife conservation 163 Streptopelia turtur European Turtle-dove — Streptopelia vinacea Vinaceous Dove Treron fulvicollis — Punai Mangrove Cinnamon-headed Green-pigeon Treron sphenura Wedge-tailed Punai Bukit-pigeon Treron curvirostra Thick-billed Punai Lengguak Green-pigeon Treron capellei Punai Bakok Large Green-pigeon Treron bicincta Punai Siam Orange-breasted Green pigeon Treron seimundi Punai-Mountain Yellow-vented Green Pigeon Treron calva African Green-pigeon — Treron waalia — Bruce's Green-pigeon Turtur abyssinicus — Black-billed Wood-dove Turtur afer — Blue-spotted Wood-dove Turtur brehmeri — Blue-headed Wood-dove Turtur tympanistria Tambourine Dove — ORDER CORACIIFORMES Alcedinidae Alcedo atthis Kingfisher Cit-Cit Small Common Kingfisher Alcedo euryzona Blue-banded Kingfisher Bukit Kingfisher Alcedo meninting Kingfisher Bintek-Bintek Blue-eared Kingfisher Actenoides concretus Rufous Kingfisher Jungle Big-collared Kingfisher Halcyon coromanda Ruddy Kingfisher Halcyon pileata Belacan Kingfisher Black-capped Kingfisher Black-capped
Kingfisher 164 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Halcyon smyrnensis White-throated Kingfisher Bushland Kingfisher Lacedo pulchella Banded Kingfisher Kingfisher Joyful Pelargopsis amauroptera Jungle — Brown-winged Kingfisher Pelargopsis capensis Stork-billed Kingfisher — Todiramphus sanctus Sacred Kingfisher Todiramphus pyrrhopygius — — Red-backed Kingfisher Todiramphus chloris Collared Kingfisher Kingfisher River Meropidae Merops leschenaulti Chestnut Twilight Berek-Berek-headed Bee-eater Merops philippinus Berek-Berek Carik Chest Blue-tailed Bee eater-Merops viridis Berek-Berek is collected Rain Blue-throated Bee eater-Merops superciliosus Madagascar — Bee-eater Nyctyornis amictus Berek-Bee-eater Red-bearded Bee-Coraciidae Coracias benghalensis Tiong eater The elephant Indian Roller Eurystomus orientalis Dollarbird Upupidae Tiong Stone Upupa epops Hupo Single Common Hoopoe ORDER CUCULIFORMES Cuculidae Clamator coromandus Chestnut Had Flaps Red Berjambul-winged Cuckoo Cuculus sparverioides Large Hawk Had Large Tekukur-cuckoo Cuculus vagans Moustached Hawk Had a small Tekukur-cuckoo Cuculus fugax Had Ghost Malaysian Hawk-cuckoo Cuculus nisicolor — Hodgson's Hawkcuckoo wildlife conservation 165 Cuculus hyperythrus — Northern Hawk-cuckoo Cuculus micropterus Indian Cuckoo Cuculus Had India saturatus Oriental Cuckoo Had White Chest Cuculus poliocephalus Lesser Cuckoo Cacomantis sonneratii —

Sewah Takuweh Banded Bay Cuckoo Cacomantis merulinus Sewah Mati Anak Plaintive Cuckoo Cacomantis sepulcralis Sewah Gila Rusty-breasted Cuckoo Cacomantis variolosus — Brush Cuckoo Chrysococcyx xanthorhynchus Sewah Rembah Violet Cuckoo Chrysococcyx maculatus Sewah Tanah Asian Emerald Cuckoo Chrysococcyx basalis Sewah Sampah Horsfield's Bronze- cuckoo Chrysococcyx russatus — Gould's Bronze- cuckoo Chrysococcyx minutillus Sewah Daun Little Bronze-cuckoo Carpococcyx radiatus — Bornean Ground Cuckoo Centropus rectunguis But-but Jari Pendek Short-toed Coucal Centropus sinensis But-But Carik Anak Greater Coucal Centropus bengalensis But-But Kecil Lesser Coucal Eudynamys scolopacea

Had the Asian Koel Phaenicophaeus diardi Know Cenok Belly Black Black-bellied Malkoha Phaenicophaeus sumatranus Chestnut-bellied Cenok Small Malkoha Phaenicophaeus tristis Cenok Kera Green-billed Malkoha Phaenicophaeus Chlorophaeus Cenok Crust Raffles's Malkoha 166 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Phaenicophaeus javanicus Red-billed Fire Cenok Malkoha Phaenicophaeus curvirostris Chestnut-breasted Cenok Birah Malkoha Surniculus lugubris Drongo Cuckoo Had Sawai ORDER FALCONIFORMES Cathartidae Gymnogyps californianus — California Condor Vultur gryphus Andean Condor — Pandionidae Osprey Pandion haliaetus Lang Oyster Accipitridae Accipiter badius Shikra Accipiter gularis Bido Lang Lang fields, Japanese Sparrowhawk Accipiter soloensis Chinese Goshawk Accipiter Lang Rajawali Lang trivirgatus Crested Goshawk Accipiter virgatus Exposure Lang Garang Besra Accipiter spp. — — Aegypius monachus Black Hering Cinereous Vulture Aquila clanga Greater Spotted Eagle Dot Lang


Aquila heliaca Lang Mountain Imperial Eagle Aquila nipalensis Steppe Eagle Aquila Eagle Course spp.
— — Asturina nitida — Grey-Hawk Aviceda jerdoni famed Lang Baza Aviceda leuphotes Lang Jerdon's Baza Baza Baza Aviceda spp Berjambul Black.

— — Busarellus nigricollis Black-collared Hawk — Butastur indicus Grey-faced Dot Lang Buzzard Butastur spp.

— — Buteo buteo Common Buzzard Lang Large wildlife conservation 167 Buteo spp.

— — Buteogallus spp.
— — Chelictinia riocourii — African Swallow-tailed Kite Chondrohierax uncinatus wilsonii — Cuban Hook-billed Kite Eagle Circaetus gallicus Short-toed Snake Eagle Circaetus spp.
— — Circus aeruginosus Western Marsh-harrier Lang Circus cyaneus Northern harrier Lang Wings Black Circus melanoleucos Pied Harrier Tangling Lang Circus spilonotus Eastern Marsh-Lang East harrier Circus spp.

— — Dryotriorchis spectabilis — African Serpent-eagle Elanoides forficatus — Swallow-tailed Kite Elanus axillaris Lang Shoulder Black-shouldered Black Kite Elanus caeruleus Black-winged Kite — Elanus spp.
Erythrotriorchis buergersi — — — Chestnut-shouldered Hawk Red Goshawk Erythrotriorchis radiatus Eutriorchis astur — — Madagascar Serpent-eagle Gampsonyx swainsonii Pearl Kite Geranoaetus melanoleucus — — Black-chested Buzzard-eagle Geranospiza caerulescens Crane Hawk Gypaetus barbatus — — Bearded Vulture Gypohierax angolensis — Vulturine Fish-eagle Gyps bengalensis White-rumped Hereng 168 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Vulture Gyps himalayensis Tongkeng Puteh Hereng Himalaya Himalayan Griffon Gyps indicus Long-billed Hereng Indian Vulture Gyps indicus Long-billed Hereng Indian Vulture Gyps spp.

— — Haliaeetus albicilla Albatross Gray Grey Sea-eagle Haliaeetus leucogaster White-bellied Clams Lang Sea-eagle Haliaeetus spp.

— — Haliastur indus Brahminy Kite Haliastur Lang Red sphenurus Whistling Eagle Hamirostra melanosternon — — Black-breasted Buzzard Harpagus bidentatus Double-toothed Kite — Harpagus diodon Rufous-thighed Kite — Harpia harpyja Harpy Eagle Harpyhaliaetus coronatus — — Crowned Eagle Harpyhaliaetus solitaries Solitary Eagle Harpyopsis novaeguineae — — New Guinea Eagle Henicopernis infuscatus Black Honey-buzzard — Henicopernis longicauda Long-tailed — Honey-buzzard Hieraaetus spp.

— — Hiraaetus pennatus Booted Hawk-Eagle Ichthyophaga humilis Junam Lang Kanggok Lesser Fish-eagle Ichthyophaga ichthyaetus Grey Grey Lang-headed Fish-eagle Ictinaetus malayensis Black Eagle Black Lang wildlife conservation Ictinia mississippiensis 169 Mississippi Kite Ictinia plumbea — — Plumbeous Kite Kaupifalco monogrammicus Lizard Buzzard Leptodon cayanensis — Lang Grey Grey-headed Kite Leucopternis spp.
— — Lophaetus occipitalis — Long-crested Eagle Lophoictinia isura — Square-tailed Kite Lophotriorchis kienerii Rufous-bellied Lang Bandong Macheiramphus alcinus Lang Nights Eagle Bat Hawk Doria's Goshawk Megatriorchis doriae — Melierax spp.
— — Micronisus gabar Gabar Goshawk Milvus migrans — Lang Dark Black Kite Milvus spp.

— — Morphnus guianensis — Crested Eagle Necrosyrtes monachus — Hooded Vulture Neophron percnopterus — Egyptian Vulture Nisaetus philippensis — Philippine Hawk Eagle Oroaetus isidori — Black and Chestnut Eagle Parabuteo unicinctus — Bay-winged Hawk Pernis ptilorhynchus Lang lebah Oriental Honey- buzzard Pernis spp. Pithecophaga jefferyi — — — Great Philippine Eagle Polemaetus bellicosus Martial Eagle Polyboroides radiatus — — Madagascar Gymnogene Polyboroides typus — African Gymnogene Rostrhamus hamatus Slender-billed Kite — 170 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Rostrhamus sociabilis Snail Kite Sarcogyps calvus — Hering Red Head Red-headed Vulture Spilornis cheela Crested Serpent Lang Berjambul-eagle Spilornis spp.

— — Spizaetus alboniger Lang Ghost Blyth's Hawk-eagle Spizaetus cirrhatus Changeable Hawk Lang Hindek-Eagle Spizaetus nanus Lang Strait Wallace's Hawk-eagle Spizaetus nipalensis Mountain Hawk Mountain Lang-eagle Spizaetus spp.
— — Stephanoaetus coronatus — Crowned Eagle Terathopius ecaudatus African — Bateleur Eagle Torgos tracheliotus Lappet-faced Vulture — Trigonoceps occipitalis — White-headed Vulture Urotriorchis macrourus — African Long-tailed Hawk Falconidae are Caracara Caracara Caracara lutosa — Guadalupe — Southern Caracara plancus Daptrius ater — Black Caracara Falco amurensis Amur Falcon Flies Falko araea Seychelles Kestrel Falco — Falcao jugger Laggar Falcon Falco Falko Cloud — newtoni Madagascar Kestrel Falco pelegrinoides Barbary Falcon Falco peregrinus — Falko Grasshopper Peregrine Falcon Falco punctatus Mauritius Kestrel Falco rusticolus — — Gyr Falcon Falco severus Oriental Hobby Falko Timor Conservation Wildlife 171 Falco spp. — — Falco subbuteo Eurasian babes North Falko tinnuculus Falko Eurasian Hobby Falco Common Kestrel Herpetotheres cachinnans Laughing Falcon Ibycter americanus — — Red-throated Caracara Micrastur spp.
— — Microhierax fringillarius Black-thighed Falko Rajawali Falconet Microhierax latifrons White-fronted Falconet — Microhierax spp.
Milvago chimachima — — Yellow-headed Caracara Milvago chimango Chimango Caracara Phalcoboenus — spp. — — Polihierax insignis White-Falko Tongkeng White rumped Falcon Polihierax semitorquatus Pygmy Falcon — African Spiziapteryx circumcinctus Spot-winged Falcon — ORDER GALLIFORMES Cracidae Crax blumenbachii — Red-billed Curassow Mitu mitu — Alagoas Curassow Oreophasis derbianus — Horned Guan Penelope albipennis — White-winged Guan Pipile jacutinga — Black-fronted Curassow Pipile pipile — Trinidad Piping-Guan Megapodidae Philippine Scrubfowl Megapodius cumingii —



172 the laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Macrocephalon maleo — Maleo Arborophila brunneopectus Phasianidae — Bar-backed Partridge Arborophila campbelli — Malaysian Hill-partridge Arborophila charltonii Chestnut-necklaced Siul Onak Partridge Arborophila hyperythra Red-breasted Partridge — Argusianus argus Great Argus Pheasant Caloperdix oculeus Raya Sang Serok Rimba Ferruginous Partridge Catreus wallichii Cheer Pheasant Colinus virginianus — ridgwayi — Crossoptilon crossoptilon — Kamen Bobwhite White Eared-pheasant Crossoptilon harmani Tibetan Eared-pheasant — Crossoptilon mantchuricum Brown Eared-pheasant — Haematortyx sanguiniceps Crimson-headed Partridge — Lophophorus impejanus Himalayan Monal Pheasant Lophophorus lhuysii Ant — Chinese Impeyan Lophophorus sclateri Kuang Pacat Crestless Monal Lophura bulweri — Bulwer's Pheasant Lophura edwardsi Kuang Ranting Edwards's Pheasant Lophura erythrophthalma Merah Mata Crestless Fireback Lophura ignita Ayam Pegar Crested Fireback Lophura imperialis Kuang Batu Hampar Imperial Pheasant Lophura swinhoii — Swinhoe's Pheasant Melanoperdix niger Siul Bertam Black Partridge Pemuliharaan Hidupan Liar 173 Pavo muticus Merak Hijau Green Peafowl Polyplectron inopinatum Kuang Cermin Mountain Peacock- pheasant Polyplectron malacense Merak Pongsu Malaysian Peacock- pheasant Polyplectron napoleonis — Palawan Peacock- pheasant Polyplectron schleiermacheri Kuang Borneo Borneon Peacock- pheasant
Rheinardia ocellata Crested Argus Pheasant Raya Rhizothera longirostris Mountain Siul Selanting Long-billed Partridge Rollulus rouloul Crested Partridge Siul Syrmaticus ellioti Berjambul — Elliot's Pheasant Syrmaticus humiae Pheasant Syrmaticus mikado — Hume's — the Mikado Pheasant Tetraogallus caspius Caspian Snowcock Tetraogallus tibetanus — — Tibetan Snowcock Tragopan Tragopan Tragopan blythii — Blyth's — Cabot's Tragopan caboti Tragopan melanocephalus Western Tragopan Tympanuchus cupido — attwateri — Attwater's Prairie chicken ORDER GRUIFORMES Gruidae-Grus antigone Sarus Crane Grus Works East of americana — Whooping Crane Grus canadensis nesiotes — Cuban Sandhill Crane Grus canadensis pulla — Mississippi Sandhill Crane Grus japonensis — Red-crowned Crane Grus leucogeranus — Siberian White Crane 174 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Grus monacha Hooded Crane Grus nigricollis — Works Neck Black Black-necked Crane Grus vipio White Neck Works White-naped Crane Grus virgo Demoiselle Crane Rallidae Fulica — atra Black Pangling Common Or Gallicrex cinerea Watercock chickens Gallinula chloropus Common Moorhen Tiong Water Gallirallus striatus Slaty-breasted Rail Sintar Gallirallus sylvestris — Lord Howe Island Rail Gallirallus australis Weka Porzana pusilla Sintar — the little Crake Porzana fusca Bailon's Sintar Belacan Ruddy-breasted
Crake Porzana paykullii Band-bellied Sintar Striped Crake porphyrio Porphyrio Purple Swamphen Rallus aquaticus Pangling Sintar Water Rail Rallina fasciata group Sintar Fire Red-legged Crake Rallina eurizonoides Slaty-legged Red Sintar Crake Rhynochetidae Kagu Rhynochetos jubatus — Heliopais personata Heliornithidae Pedendang Kamen Finfoot Ardeotis nigriceps — Great Otididae Indian Bustard Chlamydotis undulata Houbara Bustards Houbaropsis bengalensis — — Bengal Bustards ORDER PASSERIFORMES Acanthizidae Gerygone Gerygone sulphurea Golden-bellied Gerygone Alauda gulgula Oriental Alaudidae — Atrichornis clamosus Atrichornithidae Skylark — Noisy Scrub-bird Campephagidae Coracina javensis Javan Cuckooshrike Had Large
Wildlife Conservation 175 Coracina striata Bar-bellied Had Rimba Coracina larvata Sunda Cuckooshrike Had Sunda Cuckooshrike Coracina fimbriata Lesser Cuckooshrike Had Small Coracina novaehollandiae Black-faced Cuckooshrike — Hemipus picatus Bar-winged Rembah Bukit Flycatcher-shrike Hemipus hirundinaceus Black-winged Rembah Batu Flycatcher-shrike Lalage nigra Pied Triller Had Cotton Pericrocotus divaricatus Ashy Minivet Pericrocotus Mas Field large igneous Minivet Pericrocotus solaris Fiery Minivet Mas Chin Grey Grey-chinned Minivet Pericrocotus flammeus Scarlet Minivet Pericrocotus Mas Bushland ethologus — Long-tailed Minivet Tephrodornis gularis Large Woodshrike Rembah Wood Large
Aegithina lafresnayei Chloropseidae Corvidae Turmeric Iora Aegithina tiphia Hills Great Turmeric Common Iora Aegithina viridissima at Pacat Turmeric Mangrove Green Iora Chloropsis cochinchinensis Blue wing Leaves Blue-winged Leafbird Chloropsis cyanopogon Lesser Green Leafbird Leaves Small Chloropsis hardwickii Orange-billed Leaf Orange-bellied Leafbird Chloropsis kinabaluensis Kinabalu Leafbird Chloropsis sonnerati — Leaves Large Greater Green Leafbird Crypsirina temia Crow Anting-anting Racquet-tailed Treepie Cissa chinensis Green 176 Crow Mountain Common laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Magpie Cissa thalassina Short-tailed Crow Short-tailed Green Magpie Dendrocitta cinerascens

Bornean Treepie Crow Platylophus galericulatus Borneo Crow Jerit Crested Jay Platysmurus leucopterus Black Magpie Crow Goats Cotinga maculata — Banded Cotingidae Cotinga Xipholena atropurpurea — White-winged Cotinga Dasyornithidae Dasyornis longirostris Western Bristlebird Dasyornis broadbenti — litoralis — Lesser Rufous Bristlebird Dicaeidae Dicaeum cruentatum Bunny Princess Red Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker Dicaeum ignipectus Bunny Princess Sulong Buff-bellied Flowerpecker Dicaeum sanguinolentum Blood-breasted Flowerpecker — Dicaeum agile Thick-billed Flowerpecker — Dicaeum everetti Bunny Puteri Gunong Brown-backed Flowerpecker Dicaeum chrysorrheum Bunny Princess Rimba Yellow-vented Flowerpecker Dicaeum trigonostigma Bunny Princess Hill Orange-bellied Flowerpecker

Dicaeum concolor Plain Flowerpecker Bunny Puteri Bongsu Dicaeum monticolum Black-sided Flowerpecker — Prionochilus xanthopygius —

Yellow-rumped Flowerpecker Prionochilus maculatus Bunny Princess King Yellow-breasted Flowerpecker Prionochilus percussus Crimson-Bunny Puteri Kayangan breasted Flowerpecker Prionochilus thoracicus Scarlet-breasted Bunny Princess Flowerpecker wildlife conservation 177 Dicruridae Dicrurus aeneus Cecawi Drongo Dicrurus annectans Keladi Bronze Cecawi Sawai Crow-billed Drongo Dicrurus hottentottus Cecawi Spangled Drongo Dicrurus leucophaeus Rimba Cecawi Ashy Drongo Dicrurus macrocercus Region Cecawi Black Drongo Dicrurus paradiseus Rajawali Cecawi Anting-anting Greater Racquet-tailed Drongo Dicrurus remifer Lesser Servants Cecawi Kera Racquet-tailed Drongo Emberizidae Emberiza fucata Chestnut-eared Paw Worms Bunting Emberiza pusilla Little Bunting Emberiza Paws Little Paws melanocephala Black-Headed Bunting Head Black Emberiza aureola Yellow-breasted Paw Ranting Estrildidae Erythrura prasina Bunting Tail Symbolises the needle Pin-tailed Parrotfinch Erythrura hyperythra Tawny-breasted Bamboo Cheep Parrotfinch Eurylaimidae Corydon sumatranus Dusky Broadbill Takau Rimba Cymbirhynchus macrorhynchos Rain Takau Raft Black-and-red Broadbill Calyptomena viridis Green Broadbill Calyptomena Takau Selawit — Hose's Broadbill Calyptomena hosei whiteheadi Broadbill Eurylaimus javanicus — Whitehead's Takau Banded Broadbill Eurylaimus ochromalus Rimba Takau Black Yellow Black-and-yellow Broadbill Psarisomus dalhousiae Takau Valve Long Tailed Broadbill Serilophus lunatus Silver Rain Marks Takau Breasted Broadbill Fringillidae Carduelis cucullata — Red Siskin 178 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Pyrrhula nipalensis Brown Bullfinch Hirundinidae Paws Brown Delichon urbica — Northern House-martin Delichon dasypus Asian House Martin Asia-martin Hirundo concolor Dusky Crag-Martin Gray martin Hirundo daurica Red-rumped Sualo Cave Swallow Hirundo rustica Barn Swallow Hirundo Sualo Fire striolata Striated Swallow Hirundo tahitica — Sualo Pseudochelidon sirintarae Stone Pacific Swallow Martin River White-eyed River Martin Riparia riparia Martin Cloud Plain Swallow
Icteridae Xanthopsar flavus Saffron-cowled Blackbird — Irenidae Irena puella Asian Fairy-Dendang Elephant Laniidae Lanius cristatus bluebird Land Brown Shrike Lanius Tirjup tigrinus Tiger Shrike Lanius Tirjup Rimau schach Long-tailed Tirjup Long-tailed Shrike Lichenostomus melanops cassidix Meliphagidae — Helmeted Honeyeater Monarchidae Hypothymis azurea Black-gray hair Black Sambar naped Monarch Terpsiphone atrocaudata Japanese Paradise-Sambar Japanese flycatcher Terpsiphone paradisi Asian Paradise Sambar-Long-tailed flycatcher Motacillidae Anthus hodgsoni Olive Tree Pipit Field-pipit Anthus gustavi Pechora Pipit Anthus richardi Grass Pipit Pipit Land Richard's Pipit

Pipit Anthus rufulus Paddyfield Pipit Anthus cervinus Paddy Pipit Injup Red-throated Pipit Anthus novaeseelandiae — Subsequently Pipit Dendronanthus indicus Forest Wagtail Pipit Jungle wildlife conservation 179 Motacilla alba White Wagtail Motacilla Pipit Pelandok Pipit cinerea Grey Wagtail Motacilla flava Rock Pipit Yellow Wagtail Yellow Culicicapa ceylonensis Sambar Muscicapidae at Pacat Grey headed Flycatcher Cyanoptila cyanomelana-Sambar Blue White Blue-and-white Flycatcher Cyornis ruckii Sambar Ruki Rueck's Blue-Flycatcher Cyornis banyumas Hill Blue-Hill Recorded flycatcher Cyornis caerulatus — Large-billed Blue-flycatcher Cyornis concretus Sambar Tail
White White-tailed Flycatcher Cyornis rubeculoides Blue Blue Rengkong Sambar-throated Flycatcher Cyornis rufigastra Mangrove Blue recorded in Mangrove Blue-flycatcher Cyornis superbus Bornean Blue-flycatcher — Cyornis tickelliae Sambar White Twigs Tickell's Blue-flycatcher Cyornis turcosus Malaysian Blue recorded in Malaysian Blue-flycatcher Cyornis unicolor Sambar Rimba Pale Blue-flycatcher Eumyias indigo Indigo Flycatcher Eumyias thalassina — Sambar Verditer Flycatcher Ficedula dumetoria Ranting Sambar Chest Orange Rufous-chested Flycatcher Ficedula hyperythra Snowy-browed Kudung Sambar Flycatcher Ficedula mugimaki Mugimaki Flycatcher Ficedula Mugimaki Sambar narcissina Narcissus Flycatcher Sambar Flowers
Ficedula parva Sambar Funicular Red-throated Flycatcher Ficedula solitaris Rufous-Sambar Rengkong White browed Flycatcher 180 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Ficedula westermanni Little Pied Flycatcher Sambar Mount Ficedula zanthopygia Yellow Yellow Sambar Tongkeng-rumped Flycatcher Muscicapa dauurica Asian Brown recorded in Asian Brown Flycatcher Muscicapa ferruginea Ferruginous Flycatcher Muscicapa Sambar Trash griseisticta Grey-streaked Sambar Charcoal Flycatcher Muscicapa sibirica Dark-sided Sambar Sibiria Flycatcher Muscicapa williamsoni Sambar Wilderness Brown-streaked Flycatcher Muscicapella hodgsoni Pygmy Blue recorded in small Blue-flycatcher Niltava grandis Large Niltava Niltava Large Sambar Sambar sumatrana Rufous-vented Niltava Malaysia Philentoma pyrhoptera Rufous-winged Sambar Paya Philentoma Philentoma velata Maroon-Sambar Purple breasted Philentoma Rhinomyias brunneata Brown-chested Jungle Sambar Jungle Flycatcher Rhinomyias gularis — Eye-browed Jungle-flycatcher Rhinomyias olivacea Fulvous-chested Sambar Hill Jungle-flycatcher Rhinomyias ruficauda Rufous-tailed — Jungle flycatcher Rhinomyias umbratilis Grey-chested Sambar Stone Jungle-flycatcher Nectarinidae Aethopyga saturata Black-White-throated Mountain Sunbird Aethopyga siparaja Crimson Sunbird White Bunny King Aethopyga mystacalis white-Red Scarlet/Temminck's wildlife conservation Sunbird Anthreptes malacensis Mayang 181 White-Brown-throated Sunbird Oil Anthreptes rhodolaemus Kelicap Pinang Red-throated Sunbird Anthreptes simplex Kelicap Kelabu Plain Sunbird Anthreptes singalensis Kelicap Belukar Ruby-cheeked Sunbird Arachnothera affinis Kelicap Jantung Bukit Grey-breasted Spiderhunter Arachnothera chrysogenys Kelicap Jantung Telinga Kuning Yellow-eared Spiderhunter Arachnothera crassirostris


Kelicap Jantung Paruh Tebal Thick-billed Spiderhunter Arachnothera flavigaster Kelicap Jantung Besar Spectacled Spiderhunter Arachnothera juliae Kelicap Jantung Kepala Putih Whitehead's Spiderhunter Arachnothera longirostra Kelicap Jantung Little Spiderhunter Arachnothera magna Kelicap Jantung Gunung Streaked Spiderhunter Arachnothera modesta — Streaky-breasted Spiderhunter Arachnothera robusta Kelicap Jantung Paruh Panjang Long-billed Spiderhunter Hypogramma hypogrammicum Kelicap Rimba Purple-naped Sunbird Nectarinia calcostetha Kelicap Bakau Copper-throated Sunbird Nectarinia jugularis Kelicap Bukit Olive-backed Sunbird Nectarinia sperata Kelicap Nibung Purple-throated Sunbird Oriolidae Oriolus chinensis Dendang Selayang Black-naped Oriole Oriolus cruentus Dendang MAS Black-and-crimson Oriole Oriolus hosei Dendang Black Oriole Oriolus oriolus Black — Golden Oriole Oriolus Eurasian babes Dendang xanthonotus Dark-throated Oriole Twilight 182 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Oriolus xanthornus Black-hooded Dendang Bushland Pachycephalidae Pachycephala grisola Sambar Oriole Siul Scrub Mangrove Whistler Pachycephala homeyeri — White-vented Whistler Pachycephala hypoxantha Bornean Whistler — Melanochlora sultanea Sultan Paridae Lemongrass Sultan Tit Parus major Great Tit Lemongrass Mangrove Picathartes gymnocephalus Picathartidae — Bare-headed Rockfowl Picathartes oreas Grey-necked Picathartes — Pittidae Pitta arquata at Pacat Blue Striped Blue-banded Pitta Pitta baudii At pacat Blue Head Blue-headed Pitta Pitta caerulea Giant Pitta Pitta at Pacat Large at Pacat granatina Garnet Pitta Pitta Head Red at Pacat guajana Banded Pitta Pitta megarhyncha Hills at Pacat Mangrove Mangrove Pitta Pitta moluccensis Blue-Wings at Pacat Blue winged Pitta Pitta nympha Fairy Pitta Pitta oatesi — at Pacat Tepus Rusty-naped Pitta Pitta sordida Hooded Pitta at Pacat Shepherd yellow Muntjac Pitta ussheri — Black-headed Pitta Pitta gurneyi at Pacat Pitta Pitta kochi Gurney's Raya — Whiskered Pitta Pycnonotidae Alophoixus bres Grey-cheeked Merbah Trash Alophoixus finschii Nightingale Merbah Spice Finsch's Nightingale Alophoixus ochraceus Ochraceous Beringin Merbah Alophoixus phaeocephalus Merbah Nightingale Belly Yellow Yellow-bellied Nightingale wildlife conservation Hemixos flavala 183 Merbah Hypsipetes mcclellandii Ashy Ash Nightingale Merbah Shade Mountain Mountain Nightingale Hypsipetes virescens — Green-winged Nightingale Iole olivacea Buff-vented Merbah Joyful Nightingale Iole propinqua — Grey-eyed Nightingale Ixos malaccensis Streaked Hill Shade Merbah Nightingale Pycnonotus atriceps Black-headed Merbah Siam Nightingale Pycnonotus blanfordi Streak-Merbah Ears Straight eared Nightingale Pycnonotus brunneus Merbah red eye Red-eyed Nightingale Pycnonotus cyaniventris Grey-bellied Merbah Gray Pycnonotus erythropthalmos Nightingale

Merbah Kecil Pycnonotus eutilotus Merbah Spectacled Nightingale Berjambul Chocolate Puff-backed Nightingale Pycnonotus finlaysoni Merbah Luris Neck Stripe-throated Nightingale Pycnonotus flavescens Flavescent White Eyebrows Merbah Pycnonotus melanicterus Merbah Jambul Nightingale Black Black-crested Nightingale Pycnonotus melanoleucos Merbah Black White Black-and-white Nightingale Pycnonotus plumosus Olive-winged Merbah Bushland Nightingale Pycnonotus simplex virus Merbah Eyes White Cream-vented Nightingale Pycnonotus squamatus Scaly-breasted Merbah Bersisik Nightingale Pycnonotus zeylanicus Barau-Barau Straw-headed Nightingale Setornis criniger Hook-billed Nightingale — Tricholestes criniger Hairy Neck Length Wool Merbah-backed Nightingale Rhipiduridae Rhipidura albicollis Sambar Crazy
Mountain White-throated Fantail 184 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Rhipidura perlata Spotted Fantail Sambar Crazy Hill Rhipidura javanica Pied Fantail Fantail Sittidae Sitta azurea Blue Nuthatch Sitta Patuk Mount Patuk frontalis Velvet-fronted Nuthatch Velvet Sturnidae Acridotheres cristatellus Crested Myna Ampliceps Tiong China Myna coronatus Golden-crested Myna Mas Leucopsar rothschildi Bali Myna Sturnus Tiong sinensis — White-shouldered Starling Sturnus sturninus Purple-backed Starling — Sylviidae Warbler Abroscopus superciliaris Yellow-Belly Yellow bellied Warbler Acrocephalus aedon Thick-billed Warbler Thick-billed Reed warbler Acrocephalus-
bistrigiceps Black-Browed Warbler Black-browed Reed-warbler Acrocephalus orientalis Oriental Reed Warbler-Acrocephalus stentoreus Reed warbler Customs Clamorous Reed Warbler-Acrocephalus Arundinaceus warbler — Great Reed warbler Bradypterus accentor —-Friendly Bush warbler Cettia vulcania —-Sunda Bush-warbler Cisticola juncidis Zitting Cisticola Warbler Locustella certhiola Kites Warbler Grasshopper Warbler Locustella Rusty-rumped Warbler lanceolata Lanceolated Warbler Locustella ochotensis Rats Warbler Middendorff's Warbler Swamp wildlife conservation 185 Warbler Megalurus palustris Striated Grassbird Orthotomus atrogularis Stripe Perenjak Bushes Dark-necked Tailorbird Orthotomus cuculatus Mountain Perenjak Mountain Tailorbird Orthotomus sericeus Rufous-tailed Jungle Perenjak Tailorbird Orthotomus ruficeps Ashy Tailorbird Orthotomus Perenjak Hill — sepium Olive-backed Tailorbird Orthotomus sutorius Common Tailorbird Perenjak Banana Warbler Phylloscopus borealis Arctic Warbler Phylloscopus coronatus Arctic Warbler Phylloscopus Warbler branches of Eastern Crowned Leaf Warbler fuscatus Dusky Warbler Phylloscopus inornatus Mangrove Warbler Yellow-Browed Jungle/Inornate Warbler Phylloscopus plumbeitarsus — Two-barred Warbler Phylloscopus tenellipes Pale-legged Warbler-legged leaf Warbler Phylloscopus trivirgatus Mountain Leaf Warbler Mountain Leaf-warbler Phylloscopus occipitalis Western Crowned Warbler — Prinia atrogularis Hill Prinia Perenjak Peak
Prinia flaviventris Yellow-bellied Perenjak Padi Prinia Prinia rufescens Rufescent Prinia Perenjak Seicercus burkii Trash Warbler Yellow Eyes Golden-spectacled Warbler Seicercus montis Yellow Yellow Warbler Chest-breasted Warbler Seicercus castaniceps Chestnut Warbler Chestnut-crowned Warbler Urosphena whiteheadi Bornean — Subtail

Alcippe Timaliidae brunneicauda Brown Fulvetta Rimba Murai Chocolate 186 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Alcippe castaneceps Rimba Shama Rufous-winged Fulvetta Alcippe peracensis Mountain Fulvetta Rimba Murai Cutia nipalensis Mountain Jungle Eupetes macrocerus Rimba Kutia Cutia Malaysia Malaysian Rail-babbler Gampsorhynchus rufulus White-Jungle White Headscarf hooded Babbler Garrulax erythrocephalus Chestnut-Red Crown Forest crowned Laughingthrush Garrulax lugubris Black Laughingthrush Garrulax Jungle Black Rimba mitratus Chestnut-capped Laughingthrush Genting Garrulax palliatus Sunda Laughingthrush Heterophasia picaoides — Sibia Tail Long-tailed Sibia Kenopia striata Rimba Sign
Hujan Striped Wren-babbler Leiothrix argentauris Rimba Telinga Perak Silver-eared Mesia Macronous gularis Rimba Berjalur Striped Tit-babbler Macronous ptilosus Rimba Pong Pong Fluffy-backed Tit- babbler Malacocincla abbotti Rimba Riang Abbott's Babbler Malacocincla malaccensis Rimba Ekor Pendek Short-tailed Babbler Malacocincla sepiaria Rimba Hutan Horsfield's Babbler Malacopteron affine Rimba Tinjau Belukar Sooty-capped Babbler Malacopteron albogulare Rimba Dahan Grey-breasted Babbler Malacopteron cinereum Rimba Tua Kecil Scaly-crowned Babbler Malacopteron magnirostre Rimba Bermisai Moustached Babbler Pemuliharaan Hidupan Liar 187 Malacopteron magnum Rimba Tua Besar Rufous-crowned Babbler
Minla cyanouroptera Blue Mountain-Jungle Murai winged Minla Minla strigula Chestnut-Rimba Murai Keladi tailed Minla Napothera brevicaudata Streaked Wren-Jungle Stump babbler Napothera crassa Mountain Wren Jungle Mountain-babbler Napothera epilepidota Rimba Bercelak Eye-browed Wrenbabbler Napothera macrodactyla Large Wren As Large Rain-babbler Napothera marmorata Marbled Wren Jungle babbler at Pacat-Babbler Pellorneum capistratum Black-capped Babbler Pellorneum pyrrogenys Jungle Babbler Pellorneum ruficeps Timmink Temminck's Rimba spots Puff-throated Babbler Pnoepyga pusilla Pygmy Wren-Jungle Jump babbler Pomatorhinus hypoleucos Large Swamp-Forest Jammer
babbler Pomatorhinus montanus Chestnut-backed Jungle Hulu-babbler Pteruthius flaviscapis Jammer Rimba Grasshopper Warbler White-browed Shrike-babbler Pteruthius melanotis Rimba Warbler Black-eared Black Ears Shrike-babbler Ptilocichla leucogrammica Bornean Wren-babbler — Stachyris chrysaea Golden Babbler Stachyris Rimba Mas Rimba erythroptera Chestnut-winged Merbah Trash Babbler Stachyris leucotis White-necked Rembang Jungle Babbler 188 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Stachyris maculata Chestnut-Rimba Rembang Large rumped Babbler Stachyris nigriceps Grey Neck Jungle Grey-throated Babbler Stachyris nigricollis Black-throated Jungle Bertam Babbler Stachyris poliocephala Grey Jungle Grey-headed Babbler Stachyris rufifrons Rufous-fronted Jungle Fire Babbler Stachyris striolata Spot-necked Babbler — Trichastoma bicolor Ferruginous Babbler Trichastoma Rimba Trash rostratum White-chested Jungle Index Babbler Trichastoma tickelli Buff-breasted Jungle Babbler Ranting Turdinus atrigularis Black-throated Wren —-babbler Yuhina everetti Chestnut-crested Yuhina — Yuhina Yuhina zantholeuca White-bellied White Stomach Yuhina Turdidae Brachypteryx leucophrys Lesser Shortwing Brachypteryx Kakap Murai bscure Murai Alis White White-browed Shortwing Chlamydochaera jefferyi — Fruithunter Copsycus stricklandii — White-crowned Shama Enicurus leschenaulti Murai Cegar Bushes White-crowned Forktail Enicurus ruficapillus Chestnut-naped Murai Cegar Forktail Enicurus schistaceus Murai Striped Cegar Slaty-backed Forktail Luscinia calliope Siberian Rubythroat Murai Sawa wildlife conservation 189 Luscinia cyane Siberian Blue Robin Murai Siberia Luscinia ruficeps Rufous Red Head Murai-headed Robin Monticola gularis Shama Rengkong White White-throated Rock-thrush Monticola solitarius Shama Tarung Blue Rock-thrush Myiomela leucura White-tailed White-Murai tailed Robin Myophonus robinsoni Malayan Whistling Murai Tiong Rock-thrush Myophonus caeruleus Blue Whistling Siul Shama thrush-Oenanthe oenanthe — Northern Wheatear Saxicola caprata Pied Bushchat Shama Striped Saxicola torquata

Shama Solid Common Stonechat Tarsiger cyanurus Orange-flanked Bush Murai Bush-robin Trichixos pyrropygus Murai Rimba Yellow Tail Rufous-tailed Shama Shama Turdus obscurus Grave Eye-browed Thrush/Turdus poliocephalus Grey-headed Thrush Zoothera citrina — Island Murai Dutch Orange-headed Thrush Zoothera dauma Scaly White Shama Thrush Zoothera everetti/White's Ground Everett Shama Thrush Zoothera interpres Everett's Shama Land Chestnut-capped Thrush Zoothera sibirica Siberian Thrush Murai Siberia Gray Zosteropidae Zosterops everetti White Eyes Everett's Bush White-Eye Zosterops albogularis — White-chested White-eye
190 the laws of Malaysia ACT 716 ORDER PELECANIFORMES Anhingidae Anhinga melanogaster Oriental Darter Anhinga Pependang East anhinga — Anhinga Fregatidae Fregata andrewsi Simbang Christmas Island Frigatebird Chrismas Island Fregata ariel Lesser Frigatebird Fregata Simbang Small minor Great Frigatebird Simbang Big Phalacrocoracidae Phalacrocorax carbo Great Cormorant Phalacrocorax Pependang Water Pependang Small niger Little Cormorant Phaethontidae Phaethon aethereus Red-billed Tropicbird — Sulidae Sula dactylatra Dendang Booby Sula sula Penyamar Kamen Dendang Feet Red Red-footed Booby Sula leucogaster Brown Booby Dendang Papasula abbotti Sea — Abbott's Booby

ORDER PICIFORMES Megalaimidae Calorhamphus fuliginosus Brown Barbet Megalaima Takur Branches Takur australis Blue-eared Barbet Root Megalaima chrysopogon Takur Jambang Whiskered Barbet Megalaima Gold eximia Bornean Barbet Megalaima Takur Borneo Takur franklinii Golden-Neck Gold thorated Barbet Megalaima haemacephala Takur Copper Coopersmith Barbet

Megalaima henricii Yellow Yellow Takur Crown-crowned Barbet Megalaima lineata Lineated Barbet Megalaima Takur Kukup monticola Mountain Barbet Megalaima Takur Mountain Takur mystacophanos Red-throated Barbet Raya wildlife conservation Megalaima oorti 191 Takur Hill Black-browed Barbet Megalaima pulcherrima Golden-Neck Gold Takur naped Barbet Megalaima rafflesii Red Crown Red Takur-Barbet Psilopogon pyrolophus crowed Takur Fire Fire Tufted Barbet Indicatoridae Indicator archipelagicus Malaysian Bee Shepherd Blythipicus pyrrhotis Belatok Honeyguides Picidae Bay Woodpecker Blythipicus rubiginosus Month Belatok Maroon Woodpecker Campephilus imperialis Barn — Imperial Woodpecker

Celeus brachyurus Rufous Woodpecker Belatok Jackfruit Seeds Chrysocolaptes lucidus Greater Flameback Belatok Pinang Dendrocopos canicapillus Old Belatok Belacan Grey-capped Woodpecker Dendrocopos moluccensis Belatok Woodpecker Brown-capped Woodpecker Dinopium javanense Belatok Pinang Young Common Flameback Dinopium rafflesii Goldenback/Belatok Rimba Olive-backed Woodpecker Dryocopus javensis Belatok Gajah White-bellied Woodpecker Dryocopus javensis richardsi Woodpecker Gecinulus grantia — Tristram's — Pale-headed Woodpecker Gecinulus viridis Bamboo Woodpecker Belatok Hemicircus concretus Bamboo Belatok Punggoh Grey-and-buff Woodpecker Meiglyptes tristis Buff-rumped Belatok Cloud Woodpecker Meiglyptes tukki Belatok Tuki Tuki-Buff-necked
Woodpecker 192 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Mulleripicus pulverulentus Great Slaty Woodpecker Striped Belatok Picumnus innominatus Speckled Piculet Belatok Belang Picus canus Grey-headed Mountain Belatok Woodpecker Picus chlorolophus Belatok Kecil Tenggok Lesser Yellownape Picus flavinucha Yellow Belatok Large Yellow Greater Yellownape Tenggok Picus mentalis Checker-throated Belatok Ranting Woodpecker Picus mineaceus Banded Woodpecker Picus Belatok Red Belatok puniceus Crimson-winged Woodpecker Mas Picus viridanus Streak-breasted Belatok Rattan Woodpecker Picus vittatus Laced Woodpecker Reinwardtipicus Belatok Green Belatok validus Orange-backed Woodpecker Ranum Sasia abnormis Belatok Small Rufous Piculet ORDER PODICIPEDIFORMES Podicipedidae Podilymbus gigas Atitlan Grebe Tachybaptus ruficollis — Grebe Small Little Grebe ORDER PROCELLARIIFORMES Diomedeidae Diomedea albatrus — Short-tailed Albatross Bulweria bulwerii Procellariidae — Bulwer's Petrel Calonectris leucomelas Streaked Shearwater Puffinus pacificus — — Wedge tailed Shearwater Hydrobatidae-Oceanites oceanicus — Wilson's Storm-petrel Oceanodroma monorhis — Swinhoe's Storm-petrel wildlife conservation Oceanodroma leucorhoa — 193 Leach's Storm-petrel ORDER PSITTACIFORMES Cacatuidae Cacatua goffini Goffin's Cockatoo Cacatua haematuropygia — — Philippine Cockatoo Cacatua moluccensis — Moluccan Cockatoo Cacatua sulphurea Yellow-crested Cockatoo — Probosciger aterrimus Palm Cockatoo Loriidae Eos — histrio — Red-and-blue Lory Vini ultramarina — Ultramarine Amazona arausiaca and bite; Psittacidae — Red-necked Amazon Amazona barbadensis — Yellow-shouldered Amazon Amazona brasiliensis — Red-tailed Parrot Amazona finschi Lilac-crowned Parrot — Amazona guildingii — Saint Vincent Parrot Amazona imperialis — Imperial Parrot Amazona leucocephala — Bahamas Parrot Amazona auropalliata — Yellow-naped Parrot Amazona ochrocephala — Yellow-crowned Amazon Amazona pretrei Red-spectacled Parrot — Amazona rhodocorytha — Red-browed Parrot Amazona tucumana Tucuman Parrot Amazona versicolor — — Saint Lucia Parrot Amazona vinacea Vinaceous Parrot Amazona viridigenalis — — Green-cheeked Parrot Amazona vittata — Puerto Rican Parrot Macaw Anodorhynchus leari — Lear's 194 Laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Anodorhynchus spp.

— — Ara ambiguus — Great Green Macaw Ara glaucogularis — Blue-throated Macaw Scarlet Macaw Ara China. — Ara militaris Military Macaw Ara rubrogenys — — Red-fronted Macaw Cyanopsitta spixii — Little Blue Macaw Cyanoramphus forbesi — Chatham Hocking Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae — Red-fronted Cyclopsitta diophthalma coxeni Hocking — Coxen's Two-eyed Figparrot Eunymphicus cornutus — Horned Hocking Pezoporus occidentalis — Night Parrot Guarouba guarouba — Golden Hocking Neophema chrysogaster — Orange-bellied Parrot Ognorhynchus icterotis — Yellow-eared Parrot Psittacula longicauda Long-tailed Bayan Nuri Psittinus cyanurus Bayan Hocking Puling Blue-rumped Parrot Pezoporus wallicus Ground Hocking Pionopsitta pileata — — the Pileated Parrot

Propyrrhura couloni — Blue-headed Macaw Primolius maracana — Blue-winged Macaw Psephotus chrysopterygius — Golden-shouldered Parrot Psephotus dissimilis Hooded Parrot Psephotus pulcherrimus — — Paradise Parrot Psittacula eques — Mauritius Hocking Pyrrhura cruentata — Blue-throated Hocking Rhynchopsitta spp. — — Wildlife Conservation Strigops habroptilus 195 Owl Parrot Tanygnathus lucionensis — — Blue-naped Parrot ORDER SPHENISCIFORMES Spheniscidae Penguins Spheniscus humboldti — Peruvian ORDER STRIGIFORMES Tytonidae Tyto alba Barn Owl Tyto Jampok Grave — capensis African Grass owl Tyto soumagnei — – Madagascar Red Owl Tyto spp. — — Strigidae Aegolius spp. — — Asio flammeus Ghost Deaf Shot-eared Owl Asio spp. Athene blewitti Forest — — Little Owl Athene spp Bubo coromandus. — — Ghost Anthills Dusky Eagle-owl Bubo spp. — — Bubo sumatranus Barred Eagle Owl Bubu-owl Glaucidium brodiei Collared Owlet Glaucidium Ghosts Small spp. — — Gymnoglaux lawrencii — Bare-legged Owl Jubula lettii Maned Owl Ketupa ketupu — Ghost Yellow Buffy Fish-owl Ketupa spp. Ketupa zeylonensis — — Ghost Fish Brown Fish-owl Lophostrix cristata — Crested Owl Micrathene whitneyi Elf Owl Mimizuku gurneyi — — Mindanao Eagle-Owl Nesasio solomonensis Fearful Owl — 196 laws of Malaysia ACT 716

Ninox natalis — Christmas Hawk-owl Ninox novaeseelandiae undulate — Norfolk Island Boobook Owl Ninox scutulata Brown Hawk-Owl Betamak owl Ninox spp. — — Nyctea scandiaca Snowy Owl Otus bakkamoena — Ghost Pens Collared Scops-owl Otus brookii Rajah Scops-owl — Otus leucotis — White-faced Scops-owl Otus mantananensis — Scops-owl Otus Mantani podarginus Palau Scops-owl — Otus rufescens Reddish Scops Owl Red-owl Otus sagittatus White Ghost White-fronted Scops-owl Otus spilocephalus Mountain Scops-Owl Mountain owl Otus spp.
— — Otus sunia Hantu Kuang Kuik Oriental Scops-owl Phodilus badius Oriental Beach Jampok Bay-owl Phodilus prigoginei — African owl Pseudoscops clamator Bay-Striped Owl Pseudoscops grammicus — — Jamaican Owl Pulsatrix spp. — — Sceloglaux albifacies Laughing Owl Scotopelia — spp. — — Strix huhula Black-banded Owl — Strix leptogrammica Brown Wood-Owl Punggor owl Strix nigrolineata — Black-and-white Owl Strix seloputo Spotted Wood Owl Carik received from wildlife conservation-owl Strix 197 spp. — — Surnia ulula — Hawk Owl Uroglaux dimorpha — Papuan Boobook Xenoglaux loweryi — Long-whiskered Owlet ORDER STRUTHIONIFORMES Rheidae Rhea pennata — Lesser Rhea ORDER TINAMIFORMES Tinamidae Tinamus solitarius — Solitary Tinamou ORDER TROGONIFORMES Trogonidae Harpactes kasumba Kesumba Batang Red-naped Trogon Harpactes diardii Kesumba Bukit Diard's Trogon Harpactes orrhophaeus Kesumba Pelanduk Cinnamon-rumped Trogon Harpactes duvaucelii Kesumba Puteri Scarlet-rumped Trogon Harpactes oreskios Kesumba Harimau Orange-breasted Trogon Harpactes erythrocephalus Kesumba Gunung Red-headed Trogon Harpactes whiteheadi — Whitehead's Trogon Pharomachrus mocinno — Magnificent Quetzal ORDER TURNICIFORMES Turnicidae Turnix suscitator Puyuh Tanah Barred Buttonquail CLASS REPTILES of the ORDER CROCODYLIA Alligatoridae Alligator sinensis — China Alligator Caiman Caiman Caiman crocodilus crocodilus — Spectacled apaporiensis — Apaporis River Caiman 198 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Caiman latirostris — Broad-snouted Caiman Crocodylus acutus Crocodylidae American Crocodile Crocodylus cataphractus — — African Slender-snouted Crocodile Crocodylus intermedius — Orinoco Crocodile Crocodylus mindorensis — Philippine Crocodile Crocodylus moreletii — Crocodile Crocodylus niloticus — Morelet's Nile Crodile Crocodylus palustris — Marsh Crocodile Crocodylus porosus Crocodile Crocodylus rhombifer Copper Estuarine Crocodile Cuban Crocodile Crocodylus siamensis — — Siamese Crocodile Black Caiman Melanosuchus niger — Osteolaemus tetraspis — African Dwarf Crocodile Tomistoma schlegelii gharial Gavialis gangeticus Gharial first Gavialidae Gavial — ORDER RHYNCHOCEPHALIA Sphenodontidae Tuatara Sphenodon punctatus — spp Sphenodon.

— — ORDER SQUAMATA SUBORDER LACERTILIA Chamaeleonidae Brookesia perarmata Kamaleon Armoured Armoured Leaf Leaves Kinyongia Chameleon spp. — — Nadzikambia spp. — — Helodermatidae Beaded Lizard Heloderma horridum — Iguanidae Brachylophus fasciatus — Shows Iguana wildlife conservation 199 Brachylophus vitiensis — Shows Crested Iguana Brachylophus spp. — — Cyclura spp. — — — Piebald Chuckwalla Sauromalus varius Lacertidae Gallotia simonyi — Hierro Giant Lizard Varanus bengalensis Varanidae Clouded Monitor Lizard Varanus dumerilii Rats Dumeril Dumerl's Monitor Varanus flavescens Yellow Yellow Monitor Lizard Varanus griseus Desert Lizard Varanus komodoensis Desert Monitor Lizard Varanus nebulosus at Komodo at Komodo Monitor Lizard Varanus rudicollis Puru Clouded Monitor Lizard SUBORDER SERPENTES Serunai Harlequin Monitor Acrantophis dumerili Boidae Boa Acrantophis madagascariensis — Dumeril's — Madagascar Ground Boa Boa Boa Constrictor constrictor occidentalis — Boa Epicrates inornatus Yellow Tree Boa Epicrates monensis Yellow Tree Boa Island Mona Mona Island Boa Epicrates subflavus Boa Jamaica Jamaican Boa Sanzinia madagascariensis Madagascar Tree Boa Madagascar Tree Boa Bolyeria multocarinata — Bolyeriidae Round Island Burrowing Boa Casarea dussumieri — Round Island Boa Keelscaled Pythonidae Python breitensteini — Short-tailed Python Python brongersmai Blood Blood Pythons molurus Python Python Molurus — Indian Python 200 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Vipera ursinii Viperidae Snakes Axe Grassland Meadow Viper ORDER TESTUDINES Chelidae Chelodina mccordi — Roti Island Snake-necked Turtle Chelodina parkeri — Parker's Snake-necked Turtle
Chelodina pritchardi — Pritchard's Snake-necked Turtle Elusor macrurus — Mary River Turtle Mesoclemmys dahli — Dahl's Toad-headed Turtle Pseudemydura umbrina — Western Turtle Dermatemys mawii on-site Swamp Dermatemydidae — Central American River Turtle Glyptemys muhlenbergii Emydidae Kura-kura Bog Bog Turtle Graptemys flavimaculata — Yellow-blotched Map Turtle Terrapene coahuila — Aquatic Box Turtle Geoemydidae Batagur Terrapin affinis Common Batagur Terrapin Batagur baska Sea River Terrapin Batagur trivittata — Burmese Roofed Turtle Cuora trifasciata — Three-banded Box Turtle Geoclemys hamiltonii Kura-kura Outdoor Black Black Pond Turtle Heosemys annandalii Kura Temple Yellow- headed Temple Turtle Heosemys depressa — Arakan Forest Turtle Heosemys spinosa Kura-kura Duri Bukit Spiny Terrapin Leucocephalon yuwonoi Kura-kura Daun Sulawesi Forest Turtle Pemuliharaan Hidupan Liar 201 Malayemys subtrijuga Jelebu Siput Ricefield Terrapin Mauremys annamensis — Annam Leaf Turtle Melanochelys tricarinata — Three-keeled Land Tortoise Morenia ocellata — Bengal Eyed Turtle Notochelys platynota Kura Punggong Datar Malayan Flat-shelled Turtle Orlitia borneensis Juku Juku Besar Malaysia Giant Tortoise Pangshura tecta — Indian Roofed Turtle Siebenrockiella leytensis — Leyte Pond Turtle Testudinidae Astrochelys radiata — Radiated Tortoise Astrochelys yniphora Kura-kura Madagascar

Madagascar Tortoise Chelonoidis nigra Kura-kura Giant Galapagos Galapagos Giant Tortoise Geochelone platynota — Burmese Star Tortoise Gopherus flavomarginatus — Bolson Tortoise Homopus signatus — Speckled Cape Tortoise Indotestudo elongata Baning Lonjong Elongated Tortoise Manouria impressa Baning Hill Impressed Tortoise Psammobates geometricus — Geometric Tortoise Pyxis arachnoides Kura-kura Lelabah Spider Tortoise Pyxis planicauda — Flat-backed Spider Tortoise Testudo kleinmanni — the Egyptian Tortoise Trionychidae Apalone spinifera — Spiny Softshell Turtle Chitra chitra terrapin Star Nutaphand's Narrowhead Softshell 202 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Nilssonia gangeticus terrapin India Indian Softshell Turtle
Nilssonia hurum — Peacock Soft-shell Turtle Nilssonia nigricans Black Black Softshell Turtle Labi Pelochelys cantorii terrapin Monster Asian Giant soft-shelled Turtle Rafetus swinhoei — Yangtze Giant Softshell Turtle Erymnochelys madagascariensis — Madagascar Podocnemididae Big-headed Turtle CLASS ORDER ANURA AMPHIBIANS Bufonidae Altiphrynoides spp.


Atelopus zeteki — — — Golden Arrow Poison Frog Amietophrynus superciliaris Frogs Cameroon Cameroon Toad Incilius periglenes Frogs Orange Orange Toad Nectophrynoides spp. — — Nimbaphrynoides spp. — — the Tomato Frog Dyscophus antongilii Microhylidae Tomato Frog Limnonectes nitidus Ranidae — the land Flat Wart Frog ORDER CAUDATA Cryptobranchidae Andrias spp.
— — Salamandridae Neurergus kaiseri — Kaiser's Newts KELAS ARAKNIDA ORDER ARANEAE Pemuliharaan Hidupan Liar 203 Liphisitiidae Liphistius tioman — — KELAS INSEKTA ORDER LEPIDOPTERA Papilionidae Ornithoptera alexandrae — Queen Alexandra's Birdwing Papilio chikae — Luzon Peacock Swallowtail Papilio homerus — Homerus Swallowtail Papilio hospiton — Corsican Swallowtail KELAS GASTROPODA Achatinellidae Achatinella spp. Siput Pokok Oahu Oahu Tree Snail 204 Undang-Undang Malaysia AKTA 716 JADUAL KETIGA [Seksyen 3] STANDARD KEMATANGAN 1. Hidupan Liar Dilindungi Sepenuhnya Asian Elephant–Elephas maximus–Gajah Asia: hendaklah disifatkan sebagai tidak matang jika tinggi kurang daripada 250 sm, panjang kepala dan badan kurang daripada 400 sm.

Dicerorhinus sumatrensis Sumatran Rhinoceros – – Sumatran Rhinoceros: shall be deemed to be not mature if the length of head and body less than 240 cm, tail length less than 65 cm, height shoulder less than 100 cm and overgrown teeth in the jaw on there.

Gaur Bos gaurus Gaur – –: shall be deemed to immature if high less than 250 cm, height shoulder less than long tail 170 cm and less than 70 cm.

Tapir Tapir Tapirus indicus – –: shall be deemed to immature if yellow striped body with white, high point shoulder less than 90 cm and the length of head and body less than 220 cm.

Tiger – Panthera tigris – Tiger Striped: shall be deemed to be not mature if the length of head and body less than 170 cm, tail length less than 95 cm and measures most width on the canines less than 2.4 cm.

Malayan Sun Bear Helarctos malayanus sun bear – –: shall be deemed to not mature if the length of head and body are less than 100 cm.

Leopard, Panthera pardus – Panther – Star Tiger, Panther: shall be deemed to be not mature if the length of head and body less than 108 cm long and the tail is less than 80 cm.

Neofelis nebulosa Clouded Leopard – – Tiger Tree: shall be deemed to not mature if the length of head and body less than 65 cm and tail length less than 55 cm.

Flat-headed Cat Prionailurus planiceps – Cat – Forest: shall be deemed to not mature if the length of head and body less than 46.5 cm and tail length less than 12.8 cm.

Wildlife Conservation – Serow Capricornis sumatraensis 205 – Desert Goats, goat, goat Hill: Forests shall be deemed to not mature if the length of head and body less than 140 cm, height shoulder less than 85 cm, tail length less than 11.5 cm and Arch outside the Horn measuring less than 12.7 cm.

Pangolin, a Scaly Anteater – Manis javanica – Tenggiling: shall be deemed to be not mature if the length of head and body less than 42.5 cm and tail length less than 34 cm.

Slow Loris Nycticebus coucang Slow Loris – –: shall be deemed to not mature if the length of head and body less than 30 cm and a tail length of less than 1 cm.

Clouded Monitor – Varanus bengalensis – Lizard Rats: shall be deemed to be not mature if overall length, including the tail, less than 60 cm.

Harlequin Monitor – Varanus rudicollis – Lizard Serunai: shall be deemed to be not mature if overall length, including the tail, less than 60 cm.

Varanus dumerilii Dumeril's Monitor-– Dumeril: shall be deemed to be not mature if overall length, including the tail, less than 60 cm.

Estuarine Crocodile Crocodylus porosus Crocodile – – Copper: shall be deemed to immature if overall length, including the tail, less than 180 cm.

Gharial Tomistoma schlegelii – Crocs – first: shall be deemed to be not mature if overall length, including the tail, less than 180 cm.

Blood Python – Python brongersmai – Blood Pythons: shall be deemed to be not mature if overall length, including the tail, less than 75 cm.

Birds shall be deemed to be not mature if the bird has not been able to fly or not fully hairy.


2. Wildlife Covered Sambar Deer – Deer: Deer unicolor – shall be deemed to be not mature if the length of head and body less than 180 cm, height shoulder less than 140 cm, tail length less than 25 cm long Horn, 35.6 cm or less from survey lilitnya less than 14 cm and females 206 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 shall be deemed to be not mature if high shoulder less than 101.6 cm.

Varanus salvator Monitor Lizard – – Lizard: shall be deemed to be not

mature if overall length, including the tail, less than 75 cm.

Birds shall be deemed to be not mature if the bird has not been able to fly or not fully hairy.


FOURTH SCHEDULE [section 3] Rat Poison POISON (Zinc phosphide) Sodium Arsenite (Sodium Arsenite) the FIFTH SCHEDULE [section 3 and 117] SPECIES CONTROLLED interpretation of the Fifth Schedule 1. Species included in this schedule referred to — (a) the name of the species; or (b) as all the species included in a higher takson or specified part thereof.

2. The abbreviation "spp." is used to denote all species of a higher takson.

3. Sound of the ambiguous higher than species are for the purposes of information or classification only. A common name is included after the scientific name for the tribe is for reference only. The common name is intended to reflect the species in the family may be included in this table. In most cases, this is not all species in the family.

Wildlife Conservation 207 4. If there is a discrepancy between the scientific name with the local name and the common name in the use of the name of any species in this table, scientific name shall apply.

Local Name scientific name Common Name Vulpes vulpes CLASS MAMMALS — Red Fox Cervus elaphus — European Red Deer Herpestes javanicus — Small Indian Mongoose Mustela erminea — Short-Tailed Major Sciurus carolinensis — Gray Squirrel Myocastor coypus Trichosurus vulpecula — — Nutria Brushtail Opossums Sturnus vulgaris CLASS AVES — European Starling Pycnonotus cafer Red-Vented Nightingale — Columba livia Rock Pigeon Agapornis roseicollis — — Peach-faced Lovebird CLASS REPTILES Boiga irregularis — Brown Tree Snake Trachemys scripta elegans Kura-kura ears Red Red-eared Sliders Crotalus PMS. (except for the species included in the first schedule) — — Sistrurus spp. — — Mamba Dendroaspis polylepis — AMPHIBIOUS CLASS Rhinella marina — American Giant Frog 208 laws of Malaysia ACT 716 Eleutherodactylus coqui — Caribbean Tree Frog Bemisia tabaci INSEKTA CLASS — Cotton Whitefly Cypress Aphid Cinara cupressi — — Asian Lymantria dispar Gypsy Moth Khapra Beetle Trogoderma granarium — Vespula vulgaris — Common Yellow-jacket SIXTH SCHEDULE [section 51] list of WILDLIFE for ABORIGINAL FOOD local name scientific name Common Name wild boar Sus scrofa Wild Pig Deer unicolor Sambar Deer Sambar Deer Tragulus napu Tragulus javanicus Napuh Large Mousedeer yellow muntjac Lesser Mousedeer Macaca nemestrina Pig-tailed Macaque Ape Trachypithecus cristatus Silvered Silvered Leaf Monkey Trachypithecus obscurus-Dusky Dusky Leaf Monkey Porcupine Hystrix brachyura Malayan Porcupine Atherurus macrourus Raya Porcupine Nibong Brush-tailed Porcupine Amaurornis phoenicurus Ruak Ruak-White-breasted Waterhen Chalcophaps indica Emerald Dove Punai land wildlife conservation 209 SEVENTH SCHEDULE [section 3] SNARES Snares means any kind of trap that — (a) made from a lightweight wire cable through the disimpul device key or fastened with nylon straps are small tightens recoil pulled by animals;

(b) contains two iron shaped four in terms of berengsel grown in the central region to open and close like scissors. One other has a mine that can be diumpan. One jaw again have a working dog that can intercept and trap so open;

(c) cited the mine by a tension device, the weight of animal observation between the jaws of the trap which causes the jaw and menghempas menyepit away the victims or any part of the body in a grip that is difficult to discharge.























210 laws of MALAYSIA Act 716 WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT 2010 LIST AMENDMENT of laws that amend the short title effect from P.U. (A) 103/2012 wildlife conservation Order (Amendment of schedule) 2012 21-04-2012 P.U. (A) 108/2014 wildlife conservation Order (Amendment of schedule) 2014 18-04-2014 211 laws of MALAYSIA Act 716 WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT 2010 LIST SECTION AMENDED Section Power amend operation from table 1 P.U. (A) P.U. (A) 103/2012 21-04-2012 108/2014 18-04-2014
Table 2 P.U. (A) 103/2012 21-04-2012 table 3 P.U. (A) 103/2012 21-04-2012 table 5 P.U. (A) 103/2012 21-04-2012 table 6 P.U. (A) 103/2012 21-04-2012 table 7 P.U. (A) 103/2012 21-04-2012

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