NParks looking into ways to reduce impact of beachgoers on marine creatures

On Feb 1, families flocked to Changi Beach during low tide to harvest sea creatures. PHOTOS: THADDEUS ANG, DESMOND LEE/FACEBOOK
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SINGAPORE - Beachgoers collecting sea creatures with buckets and tongs at low tide are a common sight in Singapore.

The authorities are now looking into how the impact of such behaviour on the creatures can be reduced, following a recent spate of cases.

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