Reefs showing only minor signs of stress as sea temperatures return to normal


PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s coral reefs remain healthy in general despite the heat wave that the country is currently experiencing, say experts.

Reef Check Malaysia general manager Julian Hyde said that recent checks on the country’s coral reefs revealed that sea temperatures were back to normal after experiencing a spike in April and May.

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