This new species of ‘ghost scorpion’ is among four new species that have been found so far as part of a recent whole-forest survey at The Habitat Penang Hill eco-park in Malaysia. Photo: Phil Torres/www.bioGraphic.com

Penang Hill’s 2018 bid for Unesco status boosted by findings of world’s first whole-forest biodiversity survey

At least four new species among discoveries in recent top-to-bottom study of Malaysia’s Penang Hill rainforest, with organisers hoping that the findings will support an application next year for it to become a Unesco World Heritage Site

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This new species of ‘ghost scorpion’ is among four new species that have been found so far as part of a recent whole-forest survey at The Habitat Penang Hill eco-park in Malaysia. Photo: Phil Torres/www.bioGraphic.com
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