After beach clean-up, turtles can nest in peace

Collective action: Participants of the beach clean-up in Dungun bagged more than 600kg of litter in an hour for the benefit of the environment.

PETALING JAYA: Some 100 participants took part in a clean-up of the Teluk Bidara beach in Dungun, Terengganu, collecting a total of 664.1kg of trash along the 1km coastline within an hour.

The participants, including those from government agencies and NGOs, rolled up their sleeves for the event on Saturday, which was held in conjunction with World Ocean Day that falls on June 8 every year.

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