Efforts to preserve Lundy Island's unique marine life

The waters around Lundy Island in the Bristol Channel are home to more species of marine life than any other part of Britain.

They were made into the UK's first Marine Conservation Zone at the beginning of 2010, in the hope that the numbers of lobsters and other rare marine life would increase.

But fishermen say that has not happened, as Alex Bushill reports.

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