Saturday, September 12, 2009

Please save their Life...

As I published earlier on, Tasik Kenyana is so special on its natural habitat for Arowana. I heard lots about it, but only have the chance to see it alive during my last trip last week.

Tasik Kenyana, an osbour lake to Batang Mukah is only reachable by river. That is the only mode of transport to the location, legally. On other aspect (I am not saying it is illegal), the area even reachable by land transport from and to unknown locations! As a gazetted water catchment area, the lake supposed to be the safe place for the rare species of Arowana. However, currently surrounded by Oil Palm Plantations, it is seems now the heaven slowly transformed itself to hell.

Rare species of fish including of Arowana, Belida, and Tapah are just few known species thats are available on the lake.


Kenyana Arowana, sooner to be a history to the lake....


The unlucky ikan belida....


Anybody understand on what she is trying to scream off? She might asking for S.O.S or even looking for her kids.

Unfortunately, this will be the end of her life!

Again, most of us know about it, but nobody cares!

10 comments:

Philip said...

Thanks for sharing.I do not know there is such a lake in Mukah.Something fast must be done to save the endangered fish.

onyal said...

Dasyat agik an terjadi ka sunge Samunsam,di gazet wildlife sanctuary,tapi abis kana illegal logging nyapu.An heran,jamae mata naidak perhilitan an jaga di koa tang anak nanang ngan nangar buldozer rakus 'merogol' hutan dara di koa auk?Mesti ada sabab ngan urakh di belakang an koat...an aku rasa manyak dirik nahuik sapey..

Toh Chee Leong's Collections said...

S.O.S!!! Haiya! bro. engr. Jo.
I ingatkan hari raya dah dekat maka ramai orang pergi SHOP OF SHOES (SOS) beli kasut.

Rupa-rupanya our alam dah cemar dan kena kacau oleh manusia.

Di mana letaknya ikan Arwana masa hadapan. May you proposed to NREB or SRB for further action. Or SRB boleh organise kempen Cintailah Sungai Kita or else. bla-bla.....

Gold Arawana said...

Tuan Philip;

Some says that Kenyana Lake formed thousand of years ago, which was formerly part of Batang Mukah. Another place that Mukah could offer for tourism industry...

Hope that we are not too late to save them...

Gold Arawana said...

Maruk Onyal;

Koalah ada ayukngku matakatn maok makei penjenayah untuk nangkap penjenayah... Antahlah, susah maok matakatn auk, dirik champion mijawat law tapi looser daapm implementation & enforcement...

Gold Arawana said...

Saudara Toh;

Kah kah kah... macamlah Hari Raya saja boleh bagi kasut... he he

Harap-harap ada pihak yang prihatin...

Anonymous said...

oh man.....rupanya ikan2 sia tgh dlm kesusahan. wonderpet...cpt selamatkan ikan yg dlm kesusahan....cpt selamatkan apa yg ada. tasik kenyana...huhuhu dlm imaginasi. x sempat nk g.

Gold Arawana said...

Ahaaa... Si Anonymous nie mesti Puteri Ikan... kah kah kah

Itulah, siapa suruh ke KL...kan rugi tak tengok Arawana Mukah.. hu hu

Kesian ngan ikan-ikan kat sia...

Anonymous said...

i wish i could do smthg. poor fishes... thanks redgold for sharing this. now i know there is such lake

Gold Arawana said...

Thanks for your visit Anonymous...