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Fathoms Free and Sea Shepherd UK recover abandoned lobster pots


Volunteer divers from Fathoms Free and Sea Shepherd UK have recovered 16 abandoned lobster pots and associated rope from East Narrows in Cornwall.

After one of the divers, Luke Bullus, came across the pots during a recreational dive, he contacted Fathoms Free and Sea Shepherd UK and a small team was swiftly assembled.

Thanks to spot-on co-ordinates being supplied by Atlantic Scuba, the RIB Casper ended up being the fullest it had ever been with the haul of 16 lobster pots and rope.


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