Dead fish in riverbank now number in the thousands


Watery grave: Villager Hafizie Jamaludin, 20, scooping up ‘ikan duri’ among the dead fish found along the Sungai Kerian riverbank.

NIBONG TEBAL: Thousands of dead fish were found afloat along the Sungai Kerian riverbank near the Ampang Jajar water gate.

Comprising mostly of ikan duri, ikan moyong and prawns, they were first found in small numbers belly up on Tuesday. However, by yesterday, they numbered in the thousands.

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