What you need to know about red tide
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A fisherman in New Washington dared the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) personnel in the province: he will eat talaba, or oysters, in front of them to prove that those harvested from the town are not affected by the red tide. Marcelito Maagma's challenge came more than two weeks after the BFAR announced on Nov. 13 that Batan Bay, a rich fishing ground in Aklan, and its tributaries were positive for red tide. In a bulletin issued on Dec. 5, the agency said Batan Bay remains to be one of the areas where paralytic shellfish poison is beyond the regulatory limit.
What you need to know about red tide. (2015, December 13). Panay News, p. 5.
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