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Sand dredging ‘killing Bahrain marine life’

Sand dredging and land reclamation in Bahrain could be killing marine life, including dolphins, according to a top official. They change maritime routes and cause sea creatures to lose their way, get stuck in shallow waters and di

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Alert on dipping shark numbers in Bahrain seas

Experts have sounded the alarm over a massive decline in the number of sharks populating the waters around Bahrain - saying the Gulf was in danger of becoming a "marine desert". Overfishing and pollution are among a raft of factors driving

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Bahrain bids to build fish stocks

A fresh batch of fish has been released into the waters around Bahrain’s coast as part of an initiative to replenish the kingdom’s marine life. The latest experiment, involving hammour, follows the release of 80,000 sobaity bream fish in J

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Sabb backs Saudi mangrove study program

Sabb has joined the Saudi Wildlife Commission in a marine life programme in which the bank sponsored a research team to conduct a study for the rehabilitation and cultivation of mangroves on the shores of the kingdom. The team of 12 Saudi

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Dumping 'killing Bahrain coral reef'

Environmentalists claim illegal dumping has destroyed much of Bahrain's marine life and habitats and is also threatening the survival of its coral reef. They believe most of the damage has been caused by contractors dumping their rubbi

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Global warming may create ocean 'dead zones'

Global warming may create 'dead zones' in the ocean that would be devoid of fish and seafood and endure for up to two millennia, according to a study published yesterday. Its authors say deep cuts in the world's carbon emission

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