Artificial Reefs

An artificial reef is the use of underwater structures that try to take a flat-bottomed (boring) area of ocean and provide some protection for fish. It started because scientists noticed large fish populations around sunken wrecks. So people started dumping all sorts of things – subway cars, tanks, old trucks, concrete sculptures, etc. to attract fish.

Why New York Dumps Old Trucks (And More) Into the Ocean – Cheddar Explores
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Fishing on Artificial Reefs

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