Melaka focusing on conserving and preserving turtle landing sites


Ranger Harun Safar showing a hornbill turtle at the Turtle Censervation Centre in Padang Kemunting, Melaka. — A. MALEX YAHAYA/The Star

MELAKA: The state government is cutting back on the perimeter of ongoing reclamation works close to Pulau Upeh for the sake of turtles, said

State Agriculture, Entrepreneur Development, Co-operative and Agro-Based committee chairman Norhizam Hassan Baktee.

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