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- Fruit feeding trials to understand the role of sun bears in seed dispersal. Ongoing Efforts to Understand the Role of Large-Bodied Seed Dispersers in Tropical Asia
- The University of Nottingham, Kingsborough Community College and BSBCC
- Thermoregulation and Activity Profile of Sun Bears in Captivity at Bornean Sun Bear Conservation centre
- University of Sunshine Coast and BSBCC
- Developing a Sun Bear Conservation Research Action Plan towards sustainable re-introductions of Bornean sun bears into the forest
- University of Portsmouth and BSBCC
- Landscape characteristics associated with the population genetic structure, of sun bears (Helarctos malayanus) in peninsular Malaysia
- Sunway University and BSBCC
- Ex-situ and In-situ Conservation Approach for the Malayan Sun Bear (Helarctos malayanus)
- Griffith University, Danau Girang Field Centre and BSBCC.
- Management of Malayan sun bear in Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre, Sepilok Sandakan Sabah, with emphasis on deworming programme
- Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) and BSBCC
- Supporting threatened sun bears by enhancing rehabilitation and behavioral assessment efforts of captive animals in Borneo
- San Diego Zoo and BSBCC
- Enhancing volunteer tourism’s positive effects on orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus) and sun bear (Helarctos malayanus) conservation and the volunteer experience in Malaysia and Indonesia
- Sabah Wildlife Department, Oxford Brookes University and BSBCC
- The adaptation and movement patterns of reintroduction of rehab sun bear in lowland tropical rainforest of Sabah
- Sabah Wildlife Department, Danau Girang Field Centre, Oxford Brookes University and BSBCC.
- Observations in behavioral patterns of Bornean sun bears (Helarctos malayanus euryspilus) in rehabilitation center tropical rainforest reserve in Sabah, Borneo
- Oregon State State University and BSBCC
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