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A Storm of Seafood

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Storm Emma: Scenes of devastation on British beach as millions of creatures washed onto shore

'There was every form of marine life, velvet crabs, lobsters, whelks, scallops, razorfish, Dover soles, cod, ling, wrasse and sand eels'


Tons of seafood have washed up or been blown onto land in England during storms.


People have been harvesting it from the beaches, but there is a down side. Fisherman are rescuing some varieties, especially juvenile lobsters, and returning them to the sea.



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