Dredging danger threatens turtle landing site

Sahabat Alam Malaysia field officer Meor Razak Meor Abdul Rahman (right) pointing at the sand dredging activity near the Sungai Puyu estuary in Pasir Panjang, Segari, Manjung during a visit there.

SAND dredging is destroying a known turtle landing site in Pasir Panjang, Segari, Manjung, say environmental bodies

The activity, near the estuary of Sungai Puyu, was spotted bylocal fishermen who then informed several environmental non-governmental organisations.

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