Sarawak may ban catching of terubok to preserve the fish


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  • Friday, 28 Feb 2003

KUCHING: The state government is considering banning fishermen from catching ikan terubok for a specific period to save the fish from extinction, said Agriculture and Food Industries Minister Datuk Adenan Satem. 

He said fishermen might only be allowed to operate during a designated period as part of the terubok conservation and management programme. 

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