Posted: 24 Dec 2013 12:41 PM PST
LAHAD DATU WAS WHERE THE SABAH INVASION OCCURRED.
NST: A BAD OMEN OR A NATURAL PHENOMENON?
A BAD OMEN OR A NATURAL PHENOMENON?
A BAD OMEN OR A NATURAL PHENOMENON?
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NATURAL DISASTER WARNING SIGNS
Social media was abuzz with news that there would be a tsunami in Borneo within the next 36 hours, causing panic among people living in Borneo, especially Sabah.
The Facebook posting was still around when Bernama carried out a check on the internet. – Bernama
EXAMPLES OF EARTHQUAKE/TSUNAMI SCARE
beware to all Sabah's citizen especially Lahad Datu. earthquake detect. pic.twitter.com/MYt5lRNPyV
the Sun daily
Posted on 27 December 2013 – 08:52am
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 27, 2013): The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) did not issue a warning of an imminent tsunami within the next 36 hours in Borneo, as reported on social media.
According to a spokesman from the National Tsunami Early Warning Centre of the Malaysian Meteorological Department, the agency did not issue such a warning or detect any earthquake in the region.
"We had checked with JMA and they did not issue such a warning whether on a tsunami or an earthquake," he told Bernama last night.
Gempar!!!! Ribuan Ikan Naik Ke Darat Di Pulau Tambisan Lahad Datu Sabah
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TERKINI!!! Kejadian Ikan Laut Mendarat di Pantai Tambisan, Lahad Datu, Sabah
Beribu ikan 'naik ke darat' di Lahad Datu, penduduk bimbang petanda bencana
Beribu-ribu ikan timbul di pesisiran pantai Kampung Tabisan di bahagian Timur Sabah, Lahad Datu sekaligus menimbulkan persoalan mengenai petanda bencana yang bakal berlaku hujung tahun ini.
Penduduk kampung rata-rata memungut ikan-ikan tersebut yang dikenali dengan nama ikan tamban.
Murmurs online of a possible tsunami spread among netizens after a two and a half minute video was uploaded to YouTube of what appears to be schools of fish splashing around in shallow waters by the beach and launching themselves out onto land.
Tuesday December 24, 2013 MYT 9:51:51 PM
Meteorological Department says no tsunami
KUALA LUMPUR: The Meteorological Department said no seismic activity has been recorded off the coast of Lahad Datu, where earlier, thousands of fish were reported jumping out of the sea onto land, Tuesday morning.
Its director-general Che Gayah Ismail said though such an incident was usually seen as a sign of a possible tsunami, the department said no red flags have been raised in its detection centres there.
However, Che Gayah was puzzled at what could have caused the strange occurrence.
"From our data, this has actually happened before in Lahad Datu a couple of years ago. I do not know what could be causing this off hand, we will have to study more than just the online video," she told The Star.
Thousands of Tamban fish beach themselves at Tabisan, Sabah
KOTA KINABALU: Thousands of fishes splashed into the shores of Kg Tabisan in Sabah's eastern Lahad Datu district sparking speculations of what omen it brings in the year end.
Villagers rushed to scoop up the fishes, locally known as Tamban, while others were divided over whether it was good omen or bad omen.
However, local villager Suzila Abdullah, who operates a sundry shop in the village, said that the phenomenon had been occurring in the past three years.
"But it is different this year because the number of fishes are exceptionally high.
"In the past, most would have been scooped up by the end of the day but today there is still a lot more left,'' she said when contacted by on Tuesday.
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