Amateur photographer, Helen Holway was out walking with her husband Nick when she happened upon an unusual occurrence. Whilst taking pictures on her Canon 5Dlll, camera, she managed to snap a shot of a Cormorant that had made a lucky catch – a rather large Eel.
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