Wonders of Malaysian Forests III – Taman Negara – Malian Basin – Royal Belum

Pos Malaysia issued three miniature sheets featuring the wonderful Malaysian forest and its inhabitants. Malaysia is a wet, tropical country that is home to some of the world’s oldest rainforests and a remarkable array of wildlife species. Its forests spread from the coast right up to the mountains, encompassing coastal mangroves, peat swamps, and montane forests. The country is separated into two major regions by the South China Sea. To the east is the Malay Peninsula, which extends southward from mainland Asia, and to the west is Malaysian Borneo, which includes the states of Sabah and Sarawak.



Date of Issue: 13.06.2013
three MS with 15 Self Adhesive Stamp
RM1 – Heteropoda davidbowie
RM1 – Malayan Peacock Pheasant
RM1 – Gould Frogmouth
RM1 – Dead Leaf Mantis
RM1 – Helmeted Hornbill
RM1 – Asian Bearcat
RM1 – Bioluminescent Mushroom
RM1 – Rafflesia azlanii
RM1 – Trevesia burckii
RM1 – Trilobite larvae
RM1 – Borneo Pygmy Elephant
RM1 – Maliau Waterfall
RM1 – Nepenthes veitchii
RM1 – Violin Beetle
RM1 – Berkoh Cascade

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