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White-eyed moray eel (Gymnothorax thyrsoideus). Photo: Wikipedia

Coral Triangle at risk

Bottom-trawling, a method where nets are dragged across the sea floor capturing both, grown-ups and hatchlings, is still prevalent in the region, exacerbating the decline of fish populations, which have plummeted up to 95 percent since the 1960s.  


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