Once again you are using photographs without having obtained permission from the photographer.
This time you have stolen them from a Malaysian nature photographer who expressly states that the images are copyright with all rights reserved.
For example, here is one of the images with the copyright information:
Secondly, your English needs drastic improvement.
Both these facts were pointed out to you in the forum thread concerning your first hub. There is little point in repeating the same violations over and over again, because the hubs will never be published until the problems are remedied.
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