30 Mar '11, 11pm

Forum writer says to protect NTU students from roaming wildlife; Provost assures that NTU is too ulu even for animals

NTU said signs were put up to warn drivers to be wary of animals crossing the street. However, I am more concerned about the safety of students who are staying in hostels located close to the forested areas. It can be dangerous if snakes or wild boars wander into the residential areas and attack them.

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