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Endangered Species situation in Thailand

DolphinDivers

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"Whale sharks and Leopard sharks, the latest data are adjusted to be "Endangered Species" (According to the IUCN red list) from earlier in the group "Vulnerable species" If you see them while diving, please snap shots, follow photos as below and put the hashtag on for collecting data base to Department of Marine and Coastal Resources, Thailand

1. You can diving with them but not to damage them.
2. Clean up underwater world - pick up wastes , ropes, nets because most of them die from that.
3. Be the one whos keep an eyes on, If stranded animals found, please contact to staff of Department of Marine and Coastal Resources
Reported by Dolphin Divers, Thailand"
 
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