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Environmentalist slams foreign divers for disturbing sea creatures near Koh Phangan

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Recreational diving should be limited  and always in reef and protected areas   accompanied by a licensed trained professional.

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

"When diving for purposes of tourism we are the guests of our friends in the deep - no matter where we are from.

 

"We need to respect our hosts and behave as good visitors when visiting the sea - not create trouble and not disturb life there".

Now that is hardly "Slams" is it?

 

Neither does he use any term to highlight "foreigners". If you just read his quotes in the article and not the article itself or the title you will see the actual situation (calm, unbiased commentary). No interview was conducted with him, just quotes from his Facebook account. 

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5 hours ago, keith101 said:

Yes they picked them up and then they PUT THEM BACK DOWN AGAIN not harming them which is something Marine Biologists do .

The question is he angry because they handled them or maybe they are farang ?

Naah!! It's because he can get his face in the papers and then look like he is important!!! 🤫🤫🤫🤫 🤣😂🤣😂😷😷😷😷

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I agree ! not only people are annoying for animals on the planet, but also under the sea....

 

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I am sure Starfish,Urchins,Sea slugs,sea Cucumbers don't sleep,

they are on the go all the time,eating and sh*tting thats 

their whole life, might be nice for it to get picked up, Oh someone

is interested in me......

regards worgeordie

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