Stock Photo - 08 April 2018, Germany, Sassnitz: Carayton Fenn (l) and Terri Fenn, sonar experts from the US, help test a Marine Sonic Sonar in the Baltic Sea which is designed to find so-called ghost nets. Side scan sonar technology has already proven to be a successful method for finding ghost nets off the coast of the US. The 'Marelitt Baltic' project, supported by fisheries, research institutes and environmental groups in Sweden, Estonia, Poland and Germany has spent two years developing ways to remove and recycle lost synthetic nets from the sea. Prior to a workshop on 11 April, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is testing a method for finding the ghost nets. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa. - Sassnitz/Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania/Germany

Stock Photo: 08 April 2018, Germany, Sassnitz: Carayton Fenn (l) and Terri Fenn, sonar experts from the US, help test a Marine Sonic Sonar in the Baltic Sea which is.

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