A few days ago the boy went fishing with his father on Lake Lake Mesters, near Scunthorpe, where he located the cause of the havoc in local fishing.
Connor Brocklesby, a four-year-old boy from the British city of Scunthorpe, solved the enigma of mutilated fish and damaged tails that has worried local fishermen for three years, reports Daily Mail.
A few days ago Connor went fishing with his father on Lake Mesters, near Scunthorpe, where he saw a five-kilo turtle on the shore and asked his father to catch it.
The animal turned out to be an alligator turtle, whose bite can be dangerous for humans and can grow to weigh 35 kilos.
Presumably, the turtle was the pet of someone who decided to get rid of it, abandoning it in the lake.