18 Diving Sites Closed to Save Coral Reefs, Thailand

18 Diving Sites Closed to Save Coral Reefs, Thailand

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Some of Thailand’s most popular diving sites are now off-limits to tourists: Thai officials announced on Thursday that they were restricting access to seven marine national parks for up to a year to prevent further harm to coral reefs severely damaged by a long period of elevated sea temperatures last year…

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