Spearfishing mars launch of scientific expedition

  • Nation
  • Monday, 25 Feb 2019

Endangered species: The fishermen showing the sebarau they caught at Muda Lake.

ALOR SETAR: Seven spearfishing buffs showed how Ulu Muda’s resources were being exploited when they returned with a catch of threatened species.

The group returned from a two-night trip to the Muda Lake in Gubir with two crates of speared sebarau (hampala barb) and kelah (red masheer) fishes just as state officials and Malaysian Nature Society volunteers were launching the Ulu Muda Scientific Expedition at the jetty.

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