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Thailand's 'sweetheart' dugong dies with plastic in stomach

WorldNews Saturday, 17 August 2019
Thailand's 'sweetheart' dugong dies with plastic in stomachVets say plastic caused orphan mammal’s infection and should serve as warning about pollution An orphaned dugong named Marium, who became an internet star after being rescued in Thailand in April, has died. Veterinarians caring for the dugong off the island of Koh Libong, in south Thailand’s Trang...
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News video: Baby Dugong That Became A Viral Sensation Dies With Plastic Waste In Stomach

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A well-known dugong has died off the coast of Thailand.

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