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Sabah’s coral reefs under big threat


KOTA KINABALU: Large tracts of Sabah’s coral reefs have been wiped out by destructive fishing methods such as fish bombing and the use of cyanide and dragnets.  

More than 10% of coral reefs around the state have been destroyed, said Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) researcher Prof Dr Ridzwan Abdul Rahman. 

   

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