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BMUs necessitate police support in fighting illegal fishing

BEACH Management Units (BMUs) along the coastal lines of Tanzania are demanding for greater cooperation from marine police to help mitigate increased innovation by dynamite fishermen who sometimes use fertilizers and silent bombs.

one of Temeke (Tanzania) BMU chairperson displaying examples of dynamite blasts, caught  rel= © Laura George/ WWF Tanzania


 

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