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Tamar River ecosystems are an interrelated and intricate web of life

Brinley Duggan
Updated February 13 2021 - 2:39pm, first published 1:30pm
IN THE BALANCE: Tamar Estuary/kanamaluka with Tailrace Park in the foreground. Picture: Phillip Biggs
IN THE BALANCE: Tamar Estuary/kanamaluka with Tailrace Park in the foreground. Picture: Phillip Biggs

Mudflats on kanamaluka/Tamar Estuary have drawn the ire of many in the community for being unsightly, but for the flora and fauna the estuary supports, they are a sight for sore eyes.

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Brinley Duggan

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