Sabah govt’s hands tied over slaughter of sharks as cruel practice is not banned


Horrific: Shark carcasses floating in the bloodied sea at a village in Pulau Mabul.

KOTA KINABALU: Horrific photographs of sharks being hunted and finned in Sabah’s dive paradise will continue to crop up on social media unless there are laws banning the practice.

State Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun said without such laws the slaughter would continue.

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