The durian is threatening forests in Malaysia

It may be the "king of fruit" to some, but the durian is actually banned in many public spaces... 😷

02/19/2019 11:49 AMupdated: 02/26/2019 2:49 PM


  • Bongbong C.
    08/06/2019 06:35

    Yum Durian, Mindanao Phillipines have so much, and ready for Export.

  • Scott H.
    07/28/2019 11:35


  • Stephen H.
    07/27/2019 19:34


  • Michelle S.
    07/27/2019 13:53

    Durian is threatening everything in Asia. It stinks.

  • Maxime R.
    07/27/2019 06:26


  • Mark K.
    07/26/2019 23:24


  • Michelle S.
    07/26/2019 19:14

    Durian is threatening everything in Asia. It stinks.

  • Demo B.
    07/26/2019 14:52

    It cures cancer

  • Yitkuan .
    07/25/2019 04:55

    Those don‘t like durians have rights not to eat but you guys don‘t have rights to stop others who like.This is also a way of re-frorestation which could generate profit for these farmers,besides I believe these durian trees will stay as long as they could lived for many decades to come unlike the grape farms,soy bean farms that were frequently harvested and replant.

  • Arnaud R.
    07/24/2019 23:53

    On s en fou

  • Ryan J.
    07/24/2019 17:01

    yay support the durian lol :)))

  • Cagali Y.
    07/24/2019 16:45

    Stupid video..the farmer sure will clear the land and deforestation with something will give them profit instead of die with no money and food. Unless the old lady can give the farmer money every month. That was their own land and they buy with their own money.

  • Luka S.
    07/24/2019 13:49

    It's fucken shit!!!!

  • Milco P.
    07/24/2019 13:00

    Would love to try them once😍

  • Allison L.
    07/24/2019 11:54

    They are also DELICIOUS

  • Kim P.
    07/24/2019 11:40

    According to​ 0.20 of​ the​ clip, 2+/- kg.​ is​ a​ normal​ size of​ durian. It can weigh up to​ 5-6 kg.​ which is​ quite big.

  • Rein R.
    07/24/2019 08:37

    Durian is so common here in the Philippines. I dont mind the smell, I just don't like the taste of it

  • Irtiza A.
    07/24/2019 08:25

    U haven’t answered WHY it smells?

  • Cyrus Y.
    07/24/2019 08:00

    Wow what a bullshit and politically charged video by the French . So what kind of farming does not involve land clearing and deforestation? France has acres of vineyards on the countryside and how did they get those land for farming grapes? Obviously they had to cut down some trees. Whats the French government doing to save those forest cleared for vineyards?

  • Yoe S.
    07/24/2019 07:17

    Durian is very expensive. If you ever go around border of Malaysia to Batam there's Durian that cost more than $30 (around 2kg) They convert job because they want less work and more profit. It will not stop just like that if government keep closing their eyes of deforestation

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