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GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Fisheries Department has successfully seized 350 dragon fish traps (bubu naga) worth around RM35,000 in June alone in several operations to curb the use of the banned fishing devices.
THE Penang Fisheries Department has assured that fishes from farms in the state are safe for consumption and not poisonous following reports showing carcasses of fishes washing up along several beaches in Penang and northern Perak.
BALIK PULAU: The carcasses of dead fish washed up along several beaches here are not a sign of an impending disaster, says the Penang Fisheries Department.
GEORGE TOWN: Anglers have been allowed to go fishing but their “hunting ground” is limited under the conditional movement control order.
PENANG Fisheries Department has called on fishermen units and associations in the state to assist local fishermen in painting their boats light blue as recommended by the department at the national level.
GEORGE TOWN: If you think the dangers of plastic waste at sea are exaggerated, read this story about a small, disabled green turtle named Sidewinder.
PENANG is getting global attention again next month and this time, from the world’s leading seafood producers.
GEORGE TOWN: The authorities picked up 13 fishermen in four trawlers for operating in prohibited zones off the south-west coast of the island here.
GEORGE TOWN: Malaysian authorities have detained 13 fishermen and four fishing trawlers for operating in prohibited zones between Pulau Kendi and Pulau Rimau, southwest of the island here.
THE Muda River which borders Penang and Kedah is now filled with colonies of giant freshwater prawn seeds and schools of juvenile tinfoil barbs after the Penang Fisheries Department released 150,000 of them into the water.