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Continuing our series on female conservationists, Life talks to an aquatic veterinarian about saving creatures that are often overlooked

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‘All lives are worth saving” is the message clearly written on the online profile of Asst Prof Nantarika Chansue, Southeast Asia’s leading aquatic veterinarian. 

Dr Nantarika Chansue.

The vet has travelled in and out of the Kingdom to cure and save marine life — from stingrays to goldfish and turtles — for more than 25 years. “To some, the life of marine animals might not mean anything. But my duty is to save lives no matter what they are,” she said.

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