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Vaotupu, South Pacific Academy - K-5

One of the greatest threats currently facing Fagatele Bay as well as much of
                         Samoa's coastal waters, is the rapid depletion of fish stocks by poaching through
                         the use of gill netting, spearfishing, poison and dynamite. In addition, the
                         sanctuary staff is concerned with the potential for algal blooms to occur with
                         subsequent incidents of hypoxia (extremely low dissolved oxygen in the water) due
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Margaret, South Pacific Academy - Grade 2

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Fa'ai'uga, Lupelele Elementary School - Grade 8

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Patrick, Leone High School - Grade 11

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Murphy, Manumalo Baptist School - Grade 4

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Shaylene, Pacific Horizons School - Grade 1

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Ursula, Fa'asao High School - Grade 11

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Fania, Lupelele Elementary School - Grade 5

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Ryan, Marist High School - Grade 12

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Chase, Pacific Horizons School - Grade 3

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Pioli, Taputapu Elementary School - Grade 6

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Blessing, Olomoana (Aoa) Elementary School - Grade 7

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Blessing, Olomoana (Aoa) Elementary School - Grade 7

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