Some fisherman in Japan use cormorants (birds) to fish for them. They tie a ring around their neck to stop them from swallowing the fish. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corโ€ฆ
People have used cormorants to fish for centuries. youtu.be/JNEplaYZtpI
Some Chinese fishermen use cormorants as slaves that are trained to fish bebo.com/FlashBox.jsp?Flaโ€ฆ
The 'Super bird' Imperial Cormorant can dive up to 46 meters (150 feet) in order to catch a fish by propelling themselves using their feet. news.nationalgeographic.cโ€ฆ
Fishermen in Guangxi, China, traditionally trained cormorant birds to help them fish niume.com/pages/post/?posโ€ฆ
In the Guangxi province of China, fisherman use trained cormorants to help them catch fish from the Li river. A noose tied around the birds' necks to stop them swallowing any fish they may catch. youtube.com/watch?v=JNEplโ€ฆ
Alaskan salmon fisherman feared Bald Eagles were a threat to the salmon population. As a result more than 100,000 bald eagles were killed in Alaska from 1917 to 1953. baldeagleinfo.com/eagle/eโ€ฆ

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