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conservationists call it "ghost gear".
It includes Fishing nets, long lines, fish traps and lobster pots on the left drifting at sea after it accidentally, a loss of fish or boats, or discarded, in an emergency, such as in a storm.The Whale , the body came ashore in the vicinity of Scrabster
He ghost Gang said the damaging was most the form of debris to marine life, because of The Risk of entanglement or entanglement.
GGGI is estimated that a minimum of 640,000 tonnes of Fishing gear are lost or abandoned each year.
The risks of this ocean pollution for wildlife include entanglement, if The Animals get wrapped up in a rope and other equipment.
In Scotland , the Scottish Marine animal Strandings-System (Smass), which examines the marine animal deaths, recorded 12-entanglement cases in the year 2019.
included in the October. The grid was clamped in The Animal 's baleen, the filter feeder system in the mouth.
In may, near to Scrabster, near Thurso on the North Caithness coast.
The previous month, another Humpback Whale was found, it was before it drowned off the coast of East Lothian in the vicinity of Tyningham.What are The Other risks? A 100kg "throw-ball" found himself in the belly of The Whale is stranded in Harris
entanglement is the only threat to whales.
seals caught in nets and ropes were, although it is successful in these animals,
saves A hotline operated by British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR) received 47 reports of entangled seals this year in the UK. Some of The Animals were lucky and were rescued or managed to get free.A deer on The Isle of Rum with Fishing gear caught in its antlers
Other Ghost gear victims are animals that feed on coastal lines.
In the year 2017, deer on The Isle of Rum were found with Fishing gear caught in their antlers. Two of The Animals died after the rope snarled together in a discarded Fishing , while another deer was photographed with an orange buoy and rope clenched in his antlers.
Even small fragments of ghost gear is a risk, say conservationists.
Noel Hawkins, the Scottish Wildlife Trust Living Seas project, says: "Some of the little things that can be so devastating for The Animal world, such as many seabirds swallow you think it is to eat fish or eggs.
"you choke, and even as a nest material that jeopardizes the Chicks. "What is to be done? BDMLR volunteers rescue of a young minke whale
Scotland , the gearbox also plays its role in the global efforts to combat the spirit.
BDMLR, meanwhile, is part of the Scottish entanglement Alliance (Sea), a coalition of conservation groups, rescue teams and Fishing .
"to combat this Problem, SNH has, in cooperation with partners, including fishermen to increase awareness and help to develop solutions. "
And there are success stories. In October BDMLR helped a hump-of-Fishing -ropes in Orkney.Scotland ? While tons of marine litter is free from Scotland 's coast, conservationists much to warn more of The Scottish Fishermen's Federation, remains floating on The Sea
she says: "the use of trawl nets are expensive, which means that the Skipper will try as much as possible out of them, and put them to be repaired on Land, if required.
It is also an effort to clean up ghost gear, washed up on the Scottish coast.garbage collected charged from The Beaches in the Summer Isles , a boat for the disposal of
In the north west Highlands, Scottish Wildlife Trust Living Seas project, the establishment of " beach clean-stations in remote places.
The stations are attached to a large pallet boxes with litter pickers and bags, and the members of The Public to walk along The Beaches , and to encourage, in order to collect the usage of the stations, not the garbage you find.
The Project says Noel Hawkins: "this is to the North of Ullapool Dun Canna beach has taken over a ton of garbage alone. "
But Noel: "It is important to remember that some estimates think only 3% to 5% of the garbage actually comes to the country, if.
"There's a lot more Out There . "