WWF Malaysia on mission to save coral reefs


WWF Malaysia volunteers in their diving expedition to save coral reefs in the waters off northern Borneo. — courtesty of WWF Malaysia

MIRI: WWF Malaysia has started an urgent project to save the coral reefs off the coastal shores of northern Borneo Island from the increasing risks of coral bleaching.

The environmental body found that pollution and climatic change are causing serious coral bleaching offshore Borneo and other states.

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