This video is called North Sea clip – seabed: Hermit Crab, Edible Crab, young Cod, Brittle star, seastar.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
Monday, May 27th, 2013, 16:32
Saltwater fish thanks to the fish passage at the Oranjesluizen now know the way to the Markermeer. This is evident from experimental catches at the Oranjesluizen in Amsterdam.
Rijkswaterstaat investigated which fish came through the passage in the IJ, both in autumn and in spring. Smelt, stickleback and eel were expected, but the researchers also found flounder and sole in the nets.
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