The span and depth of a trawler net if it were being dragged at SE1 3AA


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Bottom trawling is a common deep sea industrial fishing method that has been banned in a number of oceans around the world. Commercial trawlers drag large, heavy nets across the sea floor, and although this increases the volume of catch, it also destroys coral and other delicate marine life.

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