The crew aboard a New Zealand fishing boat on Thursday hauled up a surprising and gruesome catch: a small plane with a body inside.
Authorities suspect the plane is a 5.7-metre aerobatic biplane that was home-assembled from a kit and flown by missing Auckland pilot Daroish Kraidy.
“I always said if he was to be found it would be purely by accident, and that’s exactly what happened,” Kraidy’s ex-wife, Judy, told Fairfax Media. “It’s like a miracle. It’s a very big ocean.”
Cormorant fishing on China's Li River is all but dying out. Fisherman set out with domesticated cormorants, a seabird, on bamboo rafts before sunrise and often in the early evening. These birds prey on fish. But the fishermen tie threads around the necks of the cormorants to prevent them from swallowing the fish they catch. Once the threads are set, the fishermen begin chanting on their boats to prompt the birds to dive down and retrieve the fish. They control their birds with long poles
By Chris Katje: On October 26, the announcement came that Viacom had made a majority purchase of Bellator Fighting Championship. Bellator is a smaller version of the popular UFC, which competes in the growing Mixed Martial Arts sport. Back in August, Viacom lost its content distribution deal with the Ultimate Fighting Championship, and since then has been rumored to be looking to make a play at a new league.
Wearing beige hip waders and baseball hats, Nicole Goerlitz and Gene Aquilini carry a blue plastic tub filled with about two dozen stunned freshwater fish, most of them no longer than the length of a hand.
Dipping the tub into the water, they slowly splash cold water from the still-too-fast Bow River. They grab the fish — mostly White Suckers — one by one, wake them up with a wiggle and watch as they make a mad dash for deeper, cooler waters.
Ron Rowland submits:Global X brought out the Global X Fishing Industry ETF (FISN) yesterday (5/4/11), targeting companies engaged in commercial fishing, fish farming, fish processing or the marketing and sale of fish and fish products.
Sounds absurd, doesn't it? But, when doesn't an idea which pushes the limits of an industry (or in this case a sport) sound ridiculous initially? That is how industries evolve though. Perhaps salmon fishing in a country famed for its deserts is a trivial example, but it brings to light how - with enough passion, ...