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Keeping an eye on animal issues

Monday 25 September 2017 | Published in Local

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Research suggests that around 15 per cent of pollution entering Rarotonga lagoon is caused by animal waste which is entering into the stream and other freshwater sources, all of which eventually make it into the lagoon.

Research suggests that around 15 per cent of pollution entering Rarotonga lagoon is caused by animal waste which is entering into the stream and other freshwater sources, all of which eventually make it into the lagoon.


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