RM270,000 for marine conservation


Samsolbari (right) looking at some newly hatched sea turtles at the hatchery in Pulau Tinggi, Mersing.

THE Johor government has allocated RM270,000 towards improving its sea turtle and marine conservation programme at the Sultan Iskandar Marine Park in Mersing.

Johor agriculture, agro-based and rural development committee chairman Datuk Samsolbari Jamali said the state government, through the Johor Fisheries Department, also planned to buy about 20,000 sea turtle eggs from licensed egg collectors.

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