Waiting to become someone's dinner. The Semporna waterfront is dotted with plenty of restaurants that serve up fresh sea food of all kinds. From lobsters, to prawns, stonefish, snails, scallops and more. You have to wonder how diners reconcile this with the fact that we are right on the edge of a national marine park. 🤔 Does the presence of protected waters nearby serve to keep the fishing industry alive by being productive breeding grounds for all these species, or will the impact of this kind of consumption eventually start to tell with a decline in fish stocks?