Red jellyfish influx worries Pulau Ketam fishermen

Rare sight: For the first time according to local fisherman, red jellyfishes have been sighted at the waters of Pulau Ketam.

PORT KLANG: Swarms of red jellyfish have invaded the waters of Pulau Ketam here, and fishermen are crying foul over the extra work it takes to separate them from their daily catch.

Ong Ah Soi, 54, who has been a fisherman for almost 40 years, said it was the first time he was seeing the beaches and waters of the fishing village island turn so red.

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