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Thailand's tourist drought leaves space for shy sea mammal
by Preeyapa T. Khunsong and Jerry Harmer
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23 April 2020
On 23 April 2020 The Associated Press reported:
It's rare to see a threatened species of sea mammal in shallow waters in southern Thailand but thanks to travel restrictions that have stripped popular destinations of crowds of tourists, a large group of dugongs has made their presence known. Dugongs -- closely related to the manatee or sea cow -- are officially classified as vulnerable. ... Naturalists report other marine animals are also taking advantage of the tourism slump that is leaving coastal regions tranquil and undisturbed.
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