Underwater cleanup continues in Boracay
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Underwater and coral reefs cleanup in Boracay Island in Malay, Aklan continues as part of six-month closure and rehabilitation. Lt. Ramil Palabrica, commander of the Philippine Coast Guard in Malay station, said several groups of scuba divers have been partnering with them in the cleanup. "They are coordinating with us for security and joint underwater cleanup," he said.
Ferrer, C. (2018, May 24). Underwater cleanup continues in Boracay. Daily Guardian, p. 2.
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