Don: Clay sediments disturbed due to strong waves or human activity

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  • Friday, 17 Feb 2017

(BRIEF CAPTION): Strange rocks found on Tanjung Bungah beach, Penang. — Photos: CHAN BOON KAI/The Star

THE sandy beach of Tanjung Bungah along the island’s tourism belt has been marred by thousands of clumps of pale grey marine clay.

This is causing alarm among locals who fear that extensive reclamation in Penang island’s north coastline could be spoiling the beaches.

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