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Mussel recycling in Port Phillip Bay

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Local restaurants have pledged to recycle oysters and work towards restoring local marine habitat, to protect Port Phillip Bay’s shellfish reef.

Marine conservationists and restaurateurs alike, agree this move will be pivotal in keeping our native species safe.

Mihika Hegde reports.

 

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