A group of scuba divers has removed a massive net in a reef in Cornwall. The net is cautiously eradicated by scuba divers from PADI Dive Center Atlantic Scuba to steer clear of further problems on the nearby environment or perhaps marine life. The procedure was shot by BBC video team and host Miranda Krestovnikoff, who approves how challenging this net actually is for both scuba divers and aquatic life.
Unfortunately, a lot of ghost nets such as this may never be located, and may have disastrous influence on reefs and our favorite animals. The broader problem of marine particles attains even further, with plastic material bags, angling line as well as other marine trash leading to disorder around the world.
Watch how the Scuba Divers Took Massive Net from Reef in Cornwall.