Drone to police massive UK marine reserve

The ocean update

The drone moves using solar energy and wave power gathered by the interaction of the surface craft and a submersible The drone moves using solar energy and wave power gathered by the interaction of the surface craft and a submersible

March 11th, 2016. An ocean-going drone will be helping to spot illegal fishing in the world’s largest, continuous marine reserve.

The UK said it would establish the 834,000-sq-km (322,000-sq-mile) zone around the Pitcairn Islands in the Pacific in 2015.

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