Fish breeders hit badly again as 50, 000 fishes found dead in Teluk Bahang


GEORGE TOWN: At least 50, 000 fishes have died in Teluk Bahang, the second such case within three months.

Test results from previous water samples after the first case of poisoning from Teluk Bahang confirmed that there was contamination of heavy metals.

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