Scotland is famous for the legend of the Loch Ness monster. Now, another life in the water, “little monsters” in the country “fame”, that is a small lobster.
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Scotland is famous for the legend of the Loch Ness monster. Now, another life in the water, “little monsters” in the country “fame”, that is a small lobster. According to foreign media reports, at present, some rivers in Scotland proliferation of small lobsters, some rivers even a “stepping crayfish” The situation across the river.
Reported that after the “invasion” of England, crayfish which has now entered the north to Scotland, and flood waters in parts of Scotland. Scotland’s Clyde River (Clyde Burn) is the world’s leading fishing resort, but now this famous river trout are being occupied by crayfish.
Angler Matt Mitchell (Matt Mitchell) in the local fishing has been about 40 years of age. Mitchell said that the number of local rivers to small lobster much unbelievable. “You even can really stepping across the river crayfish,” Mitchell said, “can not step on the vain crayfish, which is too much.”
Mitchell said that, initially, he gathered the faithful with the clutch catch crayfish, “hundreds of hundreds of grasping”, but found that simply caught finish. And some crayfish body length can reach more than 20 cm long, this body is simply the sea lobster.
Anglers say, a huge number of crayfish ate trout food, no food, there is no river trout.
Reported that, due to no natural predators in the local crayfish, so now still no governance “crayfish plague” approach. And although crayfish eat well, but the Scottish government does not encourage people to eat crawfish, crayfish prevent the listing sparked after feeding, leading to the further spread of this invasive species.
Currently, the Scottish authorities have authorized: Anyone can kill crayfish in Scottish rivers. Anglers say the fastest way to destroy crayfish, is “one foot stepping on them.”