seladang


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se·la·dang

 (sĭ-lä′däng)
n.
See gaur.

[Malay.]
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seladang

(sɛˈlɑːdæŋ)
n
(Animals) a Malaysian tapir or dark-coated ox
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The Red Eagles and the Seladang squad are allocated 30,000 and 750 tickets each for adults and children respectively, while the rest are sold online.
They are highly related to scented flowers like bunga tunjung (Mimusops elangi), bunga chempaka (Michelia champaka), bunga bakawali (Epiphyllum oxypetalum), bunga matahari (Helianthus annuus), bunga tikam seladang (Vallaris glabra), bunga ketumbit, bunga ketamguri (Sidarhom bifolia) or bunga teratai (Nelumbium nucifera) [3,5,7].
To protect rubber and other monoculture plantations or sawah in Malaya, the British destroyed natural landscapes, thereby eliminating most of the "nuisance" animals such as elephants, tigers, and seladang. Moreover, timber sales were a "cash cow" for the British.