Anyone protecting coral?

Anyone protecting coral?

Indonesian officials say yes, divers tell different story
Coral gardens that were teeming with colorful sea life just a few months ago have been transformed into desolate gray moonscapes. In this photo from May 2010, a Pinnate batfish swims among other fish in Tatawa Besar in the waters of Komodo islands, Indonesia.
Coral reefs such as this one in the waters of the Komodo islands have been damaged by fishermen, guides and conservationists say.
Fishermen are seen March 4 using a net to fish inside one of the no-take zones that are created to protect spawning areas for marine lives in Gili Lawa Darat, Northern Komodo National Park, Indonesia.
Coral gardens that were teeming with colorful sea life just a few months ago have been transformed into desolate gray moonscapes In this photo from May 2010, a Pinnate batfish swims among other fish in Tatawa Besar in the waters of Komodo islands, Indonesia.

Anyone protecting coral?

Coral gardens that were teeming with colorful sea life just a few months ago have been transformed into desolate gray moonscapes. In this photo from May 2010, a Pinnate batfish swims among other fish in Tatawa Besar in the waters of Komodo islands, Indonesia.
Coral reefs such as this one in the waters of the Komodo islands have been damaged by fishermen, guides and conservationists say.
Fishermen are seen March 4 using a net to fish inside one of the no-take zones that are created to protect spawning areas for marine lives in Gili Lawa Darat, Northern Komodo National Park, Indonesia.
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Coral gardens that were teeming with colorful sea life just a few months ago have been transformed into desolate gray moonscapes In this photo from May 2010, a Pinnate batfish swims among other fish in Tatawa Besar in the waters of Komodo islands, Indonesia.
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