DENR identifies 70 hectares of undisturbed coral reefs in Guimaras
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Guimaras province boasts of 70 hectares of undisturbed coral reefs, according to the top official of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in Western Visayas. Regional Director Jim Sampulna during Monday’s presentation of accomplishments of the office, said that a team will be created to protect the coral reefs. “We will endeavor to protect them,” he said. What is good, he said, was that the coral reefs are within the established protected areas in the province.
DENR identifies 70 hectares of undisturbed coral reefs in Guimaras. (2016, December 15). Manila Bulletin, p. B-8.
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