Melaka’s Oceanarium facing losses, aquatic species may be auctioned off, says CEO


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  • Monday, 21 Jun 2021

MELAKA: More than 100 aquatic species at the historic city’s iconic Oceanarium at a shopping complex may end up at private aquariums after the management plans to auction-off RM1mil worth of collections.

The Shore Oceanarium CEO Datuk Chew Chert Fong said his management can no longer cope with losses of RM4mil since the first movement control order in March 2020.

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