Pushing empurau to save sharks


Big and tasty: A buyer showing off an empurau, said to be the most expensive freshwater fish in Malaysia.

KOTA KINABALU: Empurau, said to be the most expensive fresh–water fish in the country, may be the answer to the dwindling shark population if people take to its flavour as a replacement for shark’s fin soup.

Spearheading this initiative is The Crab House Seafood Restaurant at Suria Sabah.

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