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Ebbing tide leaves behind a bounty for Phuket


Scores of people rushed to Phuket beaches on Sunday to scoop up caranx and torpedo scad fish that were left behind by the ebbing tide.

This usually occurs in November and December when the fish move closer to the shore to feed on small shrimp or krill.

Most of the people collecting the bounty were fishermen who managed to bag 3 to 4 kilograms of fish and even sold some cheaply.

 

Ebbing tide leaves behind a bounty for Phuket

Published : November 22, 2021

By : THE NATION