|I didn't see anyone harming the hydrocoral|
Posted by Elaine on August 28, 2006 at 12:13:46:|
In Reply to: Re: Re: Thanks, unfortunately, there is a lot of broken hydrocoral there posted by Dwill on August 28, 2006 at 11:59:32:
In fact, most were being extremely careful. If you pick some fairly barren spots and sturdy yourself into the tripod that you need to become - you are much less apt to cause damage. Amply weighted body parts help to prevent unnecessary movement and the flailing that can cause damage. In current and surge securing yourself carefully in areas that are farily free of marine life helps to prevent damage.
You are way off to judge others because they do things differently than you do, and to assume that they do so thoughtlessly.
Being careful of the critters and sea life is important for everyone to keep in mind.
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