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Keeping our lagoon water safe for swimming – and for living

Sunday 15 December 2019 | Published in Environment

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Keeping our lagoon water safe for swimming – and for living
Lab technician Stella Marsters tests the waters from Rarotonga, Aitutaki and Manihiki. MMR 19121309-19121315 and 19121322

From the vibrant warmth of our Cook Islands lagoons, to the clinical chill of the laboratory, a team of scientists work to ensure our waters are safe for tourists, locals, and most of all for the teeming life that calls them home.

From the vibrant warmth of our Cook Islands lagoons, to the clinical chill of the laboratory, a team of scientists work to ensure our waters are safe for tourists, locals, and most of all for the teeming life that calls them home.


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