are commonly referred to as archer fishes (Allen, 2004).
They live mainly in the brackish water of mangrove-lined estuaries (Allen, 1978; 2001).
The aim of this study was to determine the differences in lip print between sexes or races, differences in lip measurement between sexes or races and determine a way to estimate sex and race by using lip print or lip measurements for main races in Malaysia.
Also, if the Malays acted and believed in Islamic principles, there would be no corruption, no political malaise in this country at all.
It was our first IMAN Research (IMAN) project, and we wanted to explore Peninsular Malaysia.
Simply put, we just wanted to know what it meant to be young, Malay and Muslim. We began with 30 participants from Bangi, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Gombak, Kedah and Terengganu.
These fishes are relatively scarce, swim fast, and have sharp eye vision (Blaber, 2000), which makes collecting specimens with nets in the complex root network of mangrove forests challenging.
Therefore, it is not surprising that little is known about the biology and ecology of these fascinating fishes.