Rescuing marine animals?:there's a manual for that
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The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Biodiversity Management Bureau and the Marine Wildlife Watch of the Philippines has come up with a three-volume manual giving a clear direction to the general public on how to rescue stranded or captured marine animals. The Philippine Aquatic Wildlife Rescue and Response Manual Series is a comprehensive guide on best practices and suggested standards for response during encounters with different sea animals. The manual includes information on how to identify sea animals, procedures on handling them according to body conditions, how to manage and rehabilitate them, and the necessary forms to fill out and submit to authorities.
Rescuing marine animals?: there's a manual for that. (2915, June 12). Panay News, pp. 7, 39.
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