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Clam thieves strike again

Wednesday 29 August 2018 | Published in Environment

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Clam thieves strike again
Devastated at the loss and destruction left behind at the Tikioki ecotourism area are: (from left) Junior Koronui, Papa Jack and Fairoa Atoro They are holding empty shells, all that is left of the giant clams. 18082708

Cages protecting a large number of giant clam (pa’ua) have been ripped open and 16 clams, some up to 15 years old, have been stolen from their shells at the Tikioki ecotourism reserve in Muri.

Cages protecting a large number of giant clam (pa’ua) have been ripped open and 16 clams, some up to 15 years old, have been stolen from their shells at the Tikioki ecotourism reserve in Muri.


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