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Turtle & Shark Capture Photo Investigation Concluded

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HEPCAOver the past 2 days, our members successfully identified Golden Dolphin III as the boat that allowed its guests to illegally capture a turtle and shark from the Red Sea waters.
Our investigation concluded that the incident took place 3 years ago and it was only in recent days that the guest decided to post the photos to their profile.
Thanks to your concerns and efforts in exposing this illegal activity; the boat has been identified, the management team has issued an apology, and the national park authority passed the maximum penalty on them. HEPCA is satisfied with these outcomes and we should all consider this an important victory in our on-going struggle for environmental protection.


This extract is taken from Issue 16 of The Equalizer

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