Penang South Reclamation and ikan kembung

The Penang South Reclamation will disrupt the food web of our marine ecosystem. In this video, Andrew explains how the reclamation will finish off the tiniest living thing on the coast – which will eventually affect the population of the most popular fish in Penang, ikan kembung, also known as “ikan rakyat” (Indian mackerel or “the people’s fish”).

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