There’s something fishy in the water, say residents


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  • Thursday, 23 Apr 2015

Marine graveyard: A resident covering his nose due to the foul smell caused by the thousands of dead fish clogging up the Malacca River.

MALACCA: Thousands of dead tilapia fish have been found floating along the Malacca River near Kampung Enam by the city centre here.

The dead fish were found floating along a 3km-long stretch of the river and preliminary checks showed the cause to be poisoning.

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