International students attending summer course at CEMACS. This was their field trip to the oyster culture farm. With them is Pak Su, the owner of the oyster culture farm at Sg. Merbok.
Malaysia is ranked sixth in the world for highest fish consumption.1 No surprise there – fish are, after all, a great source of dietary protein and healthy fats, along with vitamins and minerals.
Most seafood comes from wild-caught fisheries. The downside to this is the depletion of fish stocks all over the world through over-exploitation. The aquaculture sector will come to play a crucial role if this trend is to ...
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