Wildlife rangers trained to protect northern Sarawak's coral reefs


Wildlife rangers being trained to protect Miri to Sibuti districts coast and coral reefs.

MIRI: Wildlife rangers are being trained from among local fishermen communities in the coastal villages to play key roles in protecting the fragile coastal and marine life along the Miri-Sibuti coral reefs in northern Sarawak.

Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) and Petronas are jointly collaborating in the training of these honorary rangers.

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