Hunt for Lionfish in Bermuda

| 19/02/2009

(The Royal Gazette): An army of 120-strong has lent its efforts to a campaign to rid Bermuda of an invading armada of predators. However experts say the number of volunteers needs to be greater if the Island is to stamp out the lionfish, now threatening the ecosystem of our reefs and fisheries. The invasive species has decimated fish populations in the Caribbean and will do the same here, unless kept at bay. Chris Flook launched the Lionfish Culling Programme last year to encourage divers and fishermen to hunt them down. Go to article

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