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Encountering Dugong in the Morotai Island Waters

Monday, December 4, 2023

Dugongs are no longer seen every day. They only appear in the east, south and west of the waters of Morotai Island.

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Galo-Galo villagers set out to sea in Morotai Island, North Maluku, October 29. Tempo/Budhy Nurgianto . tempo : 172186859851.

THE sun had not yet set completely when Mulyadi Karim Sudin, 37, was busy preparing a boat with a 25-horsepower outboard engine. That night, Thursday, October 26, like the previous night, Mulyadi went out to sea to check his keramba (cages) of goropa or grouper fish. “If you want to see dugong, it’s best when the moon is bright,” said the resident of Galo-Galo Island, Morotai, North Maluku to Tempo that joined him fish


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This report was produced with the support from the Round Earth Media Program of the International Women’s Media Foundation.


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