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Sand, sea and Broken Trident

HEATHER-LYNN EVANSON, ​heatherlynevanson@nationnews.com

Added 01 December 2019

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Andre Miller, a marine biologist and owner of Barbados Blue Dive Shop, “wiping his brow” after the statue called Trident Lives was pushed into place in the waters off Drill Hall Beach. (GP/Barbados Blue)

There’s a Broken Trident in the waters off Drill Hall.

And those who sunk it hope it will become one of the island’s newest reefs with thriving corals.

Just over a week ago, a number of divers got together and sank a 12 feet by nine feet statue of the Broken Trident just off Drill Hall Beach in St Michael.

Yesterday and Saturday they started the process of creating a new reef by attaching rescued and broken off bits of stag horn corals to stainless steel nails on its frame.

Marine biologist and owner of Barbados Blue Dive Shop, Andre Miller, was one of the divers who participated in the project. (HLE)

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