Johor looking into development projects and mass fish deaths


Dead fish seen along Pantai Lido in Johor Baru following reports of mass fish death caused by low oxygen levels.

TANGKAK: The Johor government is investigating whether development projects, including land reclamation work around Pantai Lido, have led to the mass death of fish in the area.

Mentri Besar Datuk Dr Sahruddin Jamal said that the relevant agencies are currently preparing an in-depth report on the matter.

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Johor , Pollution , Mass Fish Death , Pantai Lido

   

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