TravelThe Hero Divers: Around 7 Tons of Garbage Extracted From the Red Seabed During This Quarantine

A big group of volunteering divers in Dahab has made a great environmental initiative to collect garbage and impurities from the seabed. The initiative was in collaboration with Dahab City Council and the management of protected areas.
Mahytab RiyadJune 14, 202030553 min

It has been a while since the local tourism has been stopped because of the coronavirus. Since then, we have heard about how much nature is breathing all over the world. The Ozone hole is almost closed, animals are walking freely in the streets, and oceans are becoming clearer as well. We even saw dolphins swims happily near the shore in Dahab city in Egypt, and speaking of one f the most beautiful spots in Egypt, a group of volunteering divers in Dahab has made a great environmental initiative to collect garbage and impurities from the seabed. 

Via Wikiwand

 

  The initiative was in collaboration with Dahab City Council and the management of protected areas. The garbage extracted from the Red Seabed in Dahab is nearly about 7 tonnes, which is really huge and deadly to the other sea creatures.  Divers clarified that they use the time when there is no tourism to make the sea and the coral reefs breathe.  It’s expected that when life and tourism go back to normal, Dahab will be very environmentally safe. 

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Mahytab Riyad

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