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Sea Gypsies

Discussion in 'Marine Life and Ecosystems' started by cdiver2, Feb 9, 2011.

  1. cdiver2

    cdiver2 Great White

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Safety Harbor (West central) GB xpat
  2. oldsalt

    oldsalt Captain

    # of Dives:
    Location: Tulalip, Washington
    It is a sad fact that many of these cultures which live closer to nature are doomed. In 1967, I dived off a small island in the Philipinnes. The beauty of the reef and sealife was breathtaking. I returned to the same dive site in 1990. Over the interim years the indiginous population had fished with explosives. This left the reef virtually lifeless. The fishermen, and much of the population, were long gone.

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