DOE: ‘Red tide’ phenomenon believed to be cause of mass fish deaths

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  • Sunday, 16 Feb 2014

JOHOR BARU: Last Thursday's mass fish deaths, including those farmed in sea cages off Tanjung Kupang, are believed to have been caused by the 'red tide' phenomenon.

The Department of Environment (DOE), in a statement on Sunday said the phenomenon was caused by excessive plankton resulting in reduced oxygen in the water.

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