Illegal fish cages at Iloilo River demolished
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Twenty-one illegal fish cages locally called punot at the Iloilo River were demolished from Carpenter's Bridge upstream along Barangay Navais, Mandurriao district and Barangay Sooc, Arevalo district.
Illegal fish cages at Iloilo River demolished. (2016, June 28). Panay News, p. 4.
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