Laws to protect endangered fish species

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  • Saturday, 11 Jan 2003

KUCHING: Sarawak will formulate inland fisheries legislation to protect its marine life, especially endangered fish species like ikan terubok, which is much sought-after here and in Peninsular Malaysia. 

The legislation, which was being drafted, would create protected areas or fish sanctuaries, said state Agriculture and Food Industries Minister Datuk Adenan Satem. 

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