Morris Kahn And the Joys Of Diving

March 2011
Forbes Asia;Mar2011 Special Issue Billionaires, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p49
The article offers information on the passion of philanthropist, Morris Kahn towards diving. It offers information about an incident when Kahn rescued a whale shark in the Red Sea off Eilat, Israel. It mentions that coral reef has been destroyed and polluted by fish farming. It states that a nonprofit environmental group was started by Kahn in the year 1999, to preserve coral reef.


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