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Rare stromatolites discovered in Mulu

Rare stromatolites discovered in Mulu

by Antonia Chiam KUCHING: The presence of stromatolites have been detected in Deer Cave, revealed visiting speaker Professor Joyce Lundberg from Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, yesterday. A suite of distinctive freshwater stromatolites developed in the low light zone close to the northeastern entrance of the cave located in Gunung Mulu National Park, is the first […]

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Corruption scandal breaks over Malaysian UNESCO World Heritage Site

Corruption scandal breaks over Malaysian UNESCO World Heritage Site

Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmund found to be a shareholder of the Royal Mulu Resort – UNESCO urged to launch an investigation on alleged breaches of the UN Convention against Corruption A new corruption scandal has broken over the Gunung Munung National Park, the only UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site in the East Malaysian state of […]

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Going underground: British explorers map out 'never-ending' cave network underneath Borneo jungle

Going underground: British explorers map out ‘never-ending’ cave network underneath Borneo jungle

These incredible images show British scientists on an expedition to map a ‘never-ending’ cave network in a project that dates back more than 30 years. The twisting network of caverns underneath Gunung Mulu National Park, in Sarawak, Borneo, contains the largest cave chamber in the world, the largest cave by volume and what is believed […]

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