Tempat pengeringan rumput laut di Sulawesi Selatan
Risya Arsyi Armis
Tulisan ini didanai oleh pemerintah Australia melalui program PAIR milik the Australia Indonesia Centre
Coastal area in Takalar, South Sulawesi, December 2021.
Photo by Radhiyah Ruhon
This research was funded by the Australian Government through the Australia-Indonesia Centre under the PAIR Program
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