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Activus Tracking is working with Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland to protect flapper skate fish

A Stamford business owner who usually helps people to keep their vehicles safe has netted a new deal to save an endangered species of fish.

Tony Byles, owner of Activus Tracking, is working with a research team from the University of St Andrews in Scotland to provide trackers to help safeguard the future of the flapper skate, a flat fish which can grow to two metres wide.

This is part of a ‘Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland’ project and follows on from a previous test project involving Tony’s trackers which monitored the movements of fishing vessels.

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