Trawling threat to marine life

Francis pointing to the ghost gear from the waters and beaches of Redang. An excavator was needed to load the gear onto a lorry.

THE Covid-19 pandemic may have provided some respite to the environment, especially tourist spots.

However, huge amounts of rubbish continue to wash up on our shores. Ironically, much of it is not even ours.

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