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COMMENT | The recent surge in risky underwater salvage operations conducted by Malaysian companies potentially in collaboration with international syndicates, is very concerning, especially for the preservation of nature and the historical significance of these wrecks.

These underwater operations taken with the correct connections, may be operating in search of rare steel free of radioactive elements - which is important for testing in the scientific and medical testing industry. 

With such wrecks predominantly located in environmentally sensitive aquatic habitats, it is disheartening to witness a lack of commitment to protecting our waters from these groups.

Understandably, politicians have displayed failures in these matters so far but government agencies with enforcement powers don’t seem to have the protection and preservation of nature at heart - when operations such as these are allowed in our waters... 

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