Journal Article

Jenis-jenis ikan Indonesia yang kritis dan terancam punah

Iskandar, A., Muslim, M., Hendriana, A. and Wiyoto, W.

Record Number:
5484
Year:
2020
Journal:
05 Jurnal Sains Terapan
Pages:
53-59
Volume:
10
Notes:
The Indonesian fish species that are Critical and Threatened
Abstract:
Indonesia has a high diversity of fish species. Some fish species are critical and endangered. Information on Indonesian native and endemic fish species needs to be disseminated to the public. Such information is available in various sources and is generally in a foreign language. Therefore, the purpose of this research is to inventory and distribute information about several species of fish native to Indonesian public waters that need special attention because they are endangered and critically endangered. Species of fish, especially species that have been critically endangered, do not rule out turning into extinct in the wild (extinct in the wild). The decline in the status of the above from vulnerable (vulnerable) to endangered (endangered) and critical (critically endangered) or even become extinct in the wild (extinct in the wild) caused by various factors, including the existence of fisheries activities that tend to exploit natural resources without offset by conservation activities and increasing pollution of water conditions. With this information it is expected to anticipate the extinction of these species. The study was conducted using the literature study method. Based on the search results, there were 22 endangered fish species and 15 critically endangered fish species. The Indonesian government has designated 20 protected fish species. Domestication of endangered and critical species is urgent to do, to prevent the extinction of these species. Keywords : endemic fish species, endangered species, fish biodiversity
Times Cited:
1
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