A snorkeler successfully found an Australian couple’s missing AU$1,000 wedding ring (around NT$21,848) lost five months ago by the groom while swimming in the sea — on small fish.
根據外國媒體報導，Nathan Reeves (納森)在去年的耶誕假期於諾福克島（Norfolk Island）上的艾蜜莉灣（Emily Bay）游泳時遺失了婚戒。
According to foreign media reports, Nathan Reeves was on a Christmas vacation, swimming in Emily Bay on Norfolk Island when the ring slipped off.
His wife, Suzie, expressed her displeasure after learning of the news and added that the loss happened just before their second wedding anniversary.
Both searched high and low, and locals also joined in to try and use metal detectors to retrieve it from the ocean.
從魚網到帶著專業潛水裝備的人，沒有人成功的找回戒指，直到五個月後潛水客Susan (蘇珊)看到一隻鯔魚（Mullet fish）的身上帶著昂貴的裝飾品。
From nets to people armed with scuba gear, no one was able to find the ring until snorkeler Susan Prior spotted the ring on a mullet fish 5 months later.
Prior immediately reached out to the couple via a Facebook community page, and explained that the ring could be removed if they were to catch the fish in a net.
Though it seemed they have yet to catch the fish, Prior reported that the tiny aquatic animal seemed to be fine, but could be in trouble when it grows as the ring will cut into it.
She also highlighted the importance of taking off rings when swimming and removing plastic rings from bottles on her personal social media page, adding that it could very easily slip onto small fish heads.
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