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Conservation of horseshoe crabs worldwide has become challenging as the number of horseshoe crabs were decreased due to human activities. Therefore, this research was designed to assess the habitat of horseshoe crabs by determining their distribution at nine different locations in west coast of Sarawak's waters. A line transect method was used to determine species distribution where Pasir Putih Village had the highest density of T. gigas caught with of 1.72 individuals per hectare. Based ondoi:10.1016/j.ejar.2017.03.002 fatcat:e6fu7v3wi5bzxmwjfkzgib6544