14 comments on “Pulau Tenggol, Malaysia

  1. Pingback: Pulau Tenggol, Malaysia « Strange Fruit | Malaysia News & Travel Info

  2. i think bangus also spend time in seawater to spawn (lay eggs) but their growth is in freshwater too… migratory like salmon? not sure..

  3. Bangus can live both in fresh and in sea water. But the bangus caught in sea water tastes better than the ones caught in fresh water it tastes like “putik”

  4. hinahanap ko yung sexy beast until i read “the one with yellow fins chasing the turtle” hehehe, yun pala yun…it mystified me!

  5. eh ano ba kasi (or sino?) yung mystifying beast na muscular, sinewy and powerful swimmer at that? In fairness, for a beast alam niyang mag-pose for a photo op hehehe

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