River fishing venue still awaits justice 18 months on

ANGLERS are up in arms as there has been no action yet against the polluter linked to one of Britain’s worst-ever fish kills… despite being named and shamed nine months ago. River Witham fishing disaster – the scene one part of the venue in March 2018. Back in March 2018, the River Witham fishing scene, […]

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Review: Team Maver Hoodie

The Team Maver Hoodie comes under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 products inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week. Description: hooded top. Specifications: S-XXXL sizes; full-length sleeves; Charcoal Grey colour, cotton blend fabric; Team Maver logo on the front and back; green graphics on the […]

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Review: Rapala X-Rap Otus Lures

The Rapala X-Rap Otus Lures come under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 products inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week. Description: hybrid lures for big pike. Specifications: ABS plastic body; flexible PVC tail; 25 cm length; weighs 90 g; 0.5-1 m swimming depth; mounted with […]

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Godzilla Is Evolving At A Rate Directly Linked To Human Anxiety

With the release of a new Godzilla film scientists have tracked the evolution of the monster since its first screen appearance. They’ve found the irradiated reptile is changing 30 times as fast as its living counterparts, but in the opposite direction. Godzilla was inspired by a nuclear test carried out by the US in the Pacific […]

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Study Confirms Shark Is On The Menu For Alligators, And Vice Versa

In a week that has already revealed an extinct giant dinosaur-eating frog, scientists have confirmed that alligators’ diets are much more interesting than we thought. It turns out the animals are not averse to dining out on a spot of shark. The study, carried out by James Nifong of Kansas State University, looked at the […]

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Leviathan II whale-watching tragedy caused by breaking wave – BBC News

Image caption Clockwise from left: David Thomas and son Stephen, Katie Taylor, Jack Slater and Nigel Hooker died in the incident The crew of a whale-watching boat tried and failed to avoid a large breaking wave that sank the vessel, killing six off the Canadian coast. Five Britons were among those who died when the […]

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