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Muar's marine life going extinct

Muar’s marine life going extinct

THREAT: Predatory storks and sea pollution from oil spills from fishermen’s boats and rubbish dumped at sea are wiping out creatures living in a Parit Jawa mudflat and coastal areas here MUAR: LESSER Adjutant storks and coastal pollution are threatening the existence of marine creatures living in the 20ha mudflat at Pantai Leka, Parit Jawa, […]

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Eco-tourism, Pantai Leka

Kuala Parit Jawa Jetty and Pantai Leka

Kuala Parit Jawa Jetty and Pantai Leka

Parit Jawa Jetty (Pantai Leka/Leka Beach) Parti Jawa Jetty (Pantai Leka) is one of two spots in Malaysia where lesser adjutants are still can be found due to a conservation effort by a local resident, ex-police inspector Poh Boon Chuan. The number of birds is increasing from only two in 1992 to more than 60 […]

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