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The Amphibious Dredger is a highly unique machine designed to work in areas that are inaccessible to conventinal digging equipment. Ideal for use in canals, along shorelines, and in wetland areas, the Amphibious Dredger readily tackles a variety of challenging applications. Working primarily from the water, it has a 22’ reach and can rotate 360 degrees infinitely.

This excavator features a  barge mounted backhoe and three adjustable stabilizer legs. The stabilizer wheels provide flotation when extended, and act as stabilizers when positioned under the boat. The excavator also uses its wheels to load itself on and off of a trailer, and to roll itself in and out of the water. No crane is needed for launching, retrieving or repositioning the excavator.

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Broward Canal Yields the Largest Invasive Snakehead Fish - A 14-pound, three-ounce bullseye snakehead, a member of an exotic family of aggressive, fast-growing, razor-toothed air-gulper fish was pulled from the Margate canal recently. The snakehead is an Asian invader and while the fish hasn’t proven much of a monster in Northwest Broward, where it was first discovered in a lake in 2000 and has been corralled by the canal systems’ flood-control gates and water structures, the capture does show that the population is quite healthy in South Florida.


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