Fish plays a central role in the food, economy and culture of the Lau Lagoon. Since times immemorial, the saltwater people have bartered fish for root crops on the markets on the mainland. However, it is much harder for people in the lagoon to find fresh fruits and vegetables. This is a particular concern for the health of women and children.
A dugong leaves a trail of bare sand after feeding on seagrass. This is called a "dugong trail."
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