Damaged Scottish reef 'biggest of its kind'

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It’s hard getting a balance with people earning a living and preserving nature but they need to find better ways than dredging.


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Reply #2

It’s hard getting a balance with people earning a living and preserving nature but they need to find better ways than dredging.


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Yes it's a hard balance as a lot of the local economies rely on these industries , I think there are several hand diving companies on the go now , but not sure if it's a method really able to keep up with demand . Dredging certainly isn't the way because of the destruction caused .

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