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Seek Cooperation from the Coastal Communities of Sattahip to help take care of Marine animals

Updated: Oct 5, 2022

On October 4th, 2022, the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources by Marine and Coastal Resources Office No.2 (Chonburi) public relations to educate and ask for cooperation in the case of the death of a dugong at Nang Rong Beach, Sattahip District, Chonburi Province on September 30, 2022, The local government tour boat operators, local fishing group coastal community, and the marine protection volunteer network helped to look inspect the coastal areas to prevent the death of the dugong including all kinds of rare sea creatures. If found a rare marine animal washed ashore, please notify the staff immediately in order to bring the rare sea creatures that have been stranded to be treated in a timely manner to reduce the mortality rate of rare marine animals, as well as help to be vigilant and educate fishermen ship operator to prevent these rare sea creatures from being injured or die.

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