MASSIVE 'GHOST NET' OFF HAWAIIAN COAST THREATENING MARINE LIFE, BOATS

This net has been haunting ocean life for weeks. A lost "ghost net" reportedly measuring 50 feet by 70 feet is endangering marine life and threatening boats off the Hawaiian coast, The Associated Press reported. Despite the mysterious name, "ghost net" just means a net lost at sea by fishermen,...

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