A CREEL TRAGEDY
Daily Record|January 14, 2022
Toll of whales and dolphins caught in fishing gear

NEARLY half of Scots creel fishermen have accidentally caught creatures such as whales and dolphins in their gear, according to a survey.

More than a dozen species were found snared in Scotland, researcher Fiona Read said.

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