Australia bans for 2 years supertrawlers

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Supertrawlers definitely influence sea life. Marine species are threatened. A research will show how bad the situation is now.
The prohibition made in Australia is for 2 years in the southern waters. This period of time will be enough to investigate the impact of the supertrawlers on species such as dolphins and seals.
The Minister of the Environment stopped the big 143 metres Abel Tasman from operating for 2 months. Scientific research will be made.
Species such as dolphins and seals are often victim to the supertrawlers despite the fact that they are not the main target of these fishing vessels.
Supertrawlers are built in a was for storing a lot of fish on board than ordinary trawlers or fishing vessels, so that they can stay at sea for much longer periods before having to return to port.