Coral Harvesting, Sabah, Semporna

Coral Harvesting, Sabah

Sabah to suspend coral harvesting licences

Sabah to suspend coral harvesting licences

10.10.2019

Sabah to suspend coral harvesting licences

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is expected to suspend the harvest and export of coral following public outcry of coral being taken from waters off Semporna .

The issue of coral harvesting in Semporna was highlighted in social media earlier this week.

Pictures of an unidentified people transferring coral from a boat to a vehicle and were widely circulated on Facebook with the message"No to Coral Export".

She said that such activities would damage the marine habitat in Semporna, affect fishermen and the tourism industry in the area and also soil Sabah's image internationally.

Read more: The Star

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