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Snorkelling Trips Don't Affect Coral Reefs Guilty of The Law

7th February , 2022, Department of Marine and Coastal Resources by Coastal Office Resources No.2 (Chonburi) Received complaints from Department of Marine and Coastal Resources website in case of use of inappropriate images to advertise snorkeling activities on a page called "BPond Snorkeling", Samaesara Snorkeling & Marine Corps homestay in the area of ​​Samaesan Bay, Sattahip Subdistrict, Chonburi Province.


It is a picture of a diver sitting on a rock underwater. So met with the vice president and group of entrepreneurs in Samaesarn snorkeling activities and has promoted suitable diving tourism does not affect coral resources and marine ecosystems This may cause harm and damage to protected marine animals in the ecosystem. Such actions may be an offense under the Wildlife Preservation and Protection Act, B.E. 2019.

Therefore, would like to inform you Conservation and restoration of marine resources Protected marine animals such as corals and corals for tourists and the general public to know and continue to comply with the law.



Information from : Department of Marine and Coastal Resources


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