Review of laws needed to protect sharks in Sabah


One of the conservation strategies is to have a shark sanctuary. — filepic

KOTA KINABALU: There is a need for the new government to review existing laws on shark protection as they are an important capital, say top campaigners.

WWF-Malaysia marine policy manager Shantini Guna Rajan said the review could mean regulating sustainable exploitation or completely protecting a species.

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