7:15 pm - Monday September 26, 2016

Almost 300 seized corals will be released back home tomorrow

Director of Phuket Marine Biological Center, Wanakiet Taptimsaeng siad during the last week there were two cases of ornamental fish smuggling caught by the cooperation of PMBC and other agencies. Not only the ornamental fish but seized items also include some endangered species corals.

Photos of the evidence will be taken before almost 300 seized corals will be released back to the sea at Koh Aew, Rawai Sub-district tomorrow by the divers from PMBC and Marine and Coastal Resources Conservation Centre Region 5.

Courtesy image from manager.co.th



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