On the third day of his visit to coastal Kenya, King Charles Iii visited marine conservation sites at Nyali beach in Mombasa. He learned about the work of local organizations, including the Kuruwitu Community Welfare Association, which aims to protect the area from overfishing, climate change, and coral collection. Charles observed coral gardening and the production of artificial coral restoration structures. He also witnessed the use of plastic waste to build items. Marine conservation expert Neville Agesa expressed hope that the king's visit would boost conservation efforts. The British royal couple also watched a covert beach landing demonstration by the Kenya marine.
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