Google Earth reveals fish trap made from rocks 1,000 years ago off British coast
For a millennium it has lain undisturbed beneath the waves a stone's throw from one of Britain's best-loved beaches. But now modern technology has revealed this ancient fish Stretching more than 280 yards along the sea bed, the V-shaped structure was used to catch fish without the need for a boat or rod. Scientists believe it is one of the biggest of its kind. The trap close to Poppit Sands on the Teifi Estuary in Dyfed was discovered . For more on this story go to "MFS - Strange But True Places"
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