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Dolphins often get caught in the fishing-nets of industrial fishing boats. The fishermen themselves are dependent on these nets because of the current economic situation and the associated bottom prices on the international fish market. Thus not only are our fish resources getting depleted but lots of other sea-animals are killed in these nets.
Therefore we are in need of an alternative for this current situation. This new proposed fishing net will catch fish by using bubbles of air. A cylinder of air bubbles. This principle is derived from nature itself. Whales close in a shoal of fish using this technique. They swim circles under a shoal of fish while exhaling air thus creating a wall of air, no fish will swim thru it. One by one they swim into this column of air filled with fish and gorge on the fish. Using this technique we can safeguard lots of other sea-creatures like dolphins and sea-turtles of a tragic unnecessary death. And hopefully help to maintain the biodiversity and equilibrium in our rich seas. This new fishing net doesn’t solve the problem of overfishing. Only diplomatic agreements and enforcements such as the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) may solve this problem.

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