Divers Found a Fishnet Filled With Hundreds Of Decomposing Dead Sharks.

Group of divers were swim in near the Cayman Islands, found a massive floating net full of decomposing sharks and other sea creatures.

Dominick Martin-Mayes, Is a 27-year-old fisherman and diving instructor, who witnessed the scene told the Independent,
“At first we thought it was a log. But as we got closer we could see it was a net with floats. I jumped in the water first and was I shocked at what I saw. It took my breath away. The first thing I saw was, the juvenile oceanic whitetip ( shark ). My friend who was with me, to take a knife and jumped in to the water. We did what we can do to free some of the trapped life. But most of sea creatures and sharks were already dead.”

Eventually, the divers had to leave the area, and they had to limit the rescue efforts short because they were afraid to get attached in the net by themselves.

Eventually, the divers had to leave the area, and they had to limit the rescue efforts short because they were afraid to get attached in the net by themselves.

The net’s use to kill in life. When You get your hand wrapped in it, automatically, you drown,” he said.

Luckily, fisherman Charles Ebanks returned to the place where the net was initially found, and he could to bring it out the ocean.

According to Scientific Reports in march 2018, Approximately, 46% of the 79 thousand tons of ocean plastics in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is made up of fishing nets. More plastics produced in the last decade than ever before. Therefore the annual plastic consumption has reached over 320 million tonnes.

But the estimates of the National Journal, about 20% of all the sea creatures who are caught in commercial fishing nets that all are “bycatch,” or unwanted animals.

The large-scale effort to cleaning up the great pacific garbage patch is finally having some success under the Truth Theory reported earlier this year.

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