Last month saw a very impressive specimen pass through our counter on the River Frome at East Stoke in Dorset. Watch this short video clip below to find out what it was...
Our counter on the River Frome at East Stoke, Dorset, uses electrodes to monitor the electrical resistance of the water. When a (less resistive) fish or object large enough to bridge the electrodes passes over them, the system saves a video clip for later analysis. Here are some of the highlights showing the biggest sightings of last year.
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