TONS OF MUSSELS WASTED DUE TO RED TIDE

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File name; SHELL-1 Dumaong sa pantalan ng Barangay La Huerta Paranaque City ang bangka na may laman na shellfish na tahong na galing sa laot ng Cavite ng mag anonsyo ang Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources BFAR region 3 na pinagiingat na kumain ng ibat ibang shellfish patikular na ang tahong na galing sa lalawigan ng coastal ng Orani, Hermosa, Mariveles, Limay,Orion Pilar, Balanga Samal at Abocay Bataan sanhi ng magpasitive sa Paralytic Shell fish Poison o redtide........Photo by. Mike Taboy

Tons of mussels (tahong) harvested recently are being unloaded by fishermen at a fish port in Barangay La Huerta, Paranaque City Monday, 04 November 2019 even as womenfolk and their children help clean them up for market delivery later.

Their effort, however, could be an exercise in futility along with the projected income may come to naught amid the announcement of Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) Region 3 that mussels may contain the dreaded Red Tide poison.

In particular, the BFAR has red-flagged coastal towns of Orani, Hermosa, Mariveles, Limay, Orion Pilar, Balanga, Samal and Abocay Bataan for possible paralytic shellfish poison or Red Tide. (Mike Taboy/BENJIE CUARESMA/IAMIGO/CNS)

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