The charts below show information about the number of fish caught and the number of fishing boats used in Westhaven. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant

The
first
chart shows information about how many tunas and
swordfishes
were caught near Westhaven from 2008 to 2011. The
second
chart gives figures about the
number
of fishing boats in Westhaven during the same period. In 2008, the
number
of
swordfishes
caught was just 73
thousand
, while the figure for tuna was higher, staying at 82
thousand
. From 2008 to 2009, both the figures for these two kinds of fish increased,
however
, the speed of growth was
diffirent
unlike in nature or quality or form or degree
different
defiant
diffident
. While the
number
of tunas caught rose by 19
thousand
,
peple
(plural) any group of human beings (men or women or children) collectively
people
caught more
swordfishes
with the increase by 40
thousand
. Between 2009 and 2011, there was an upward trend in the
number
of tunas which were caught, it peaked at 109
thousand
in 2011. Meanwhile, the
number
of
swordfishes
witnessed a fluctuation, it fell to 73
thousand
in 2010, before rising again to 105
thousand
in the following year. During the same time, the
number
of boats which were used for fishing stood at 60.
This
number
increased slightly to 65 in 2009 before declining to just 55 in 2010. There was a sharp growth in the
number
of fishing boats to 80 boats in 2011, making it the highest point in the
second
chart. Overall, there was an upward trend in both the
number
of fish caught and fishing boats generally. While, the
number
of tunas caught
gradually rose
Suggestion
has gradually risen
over the years, the figure for
swordfishes
and the quantity of boats used in
fishing industry
Suggestion
the fishing industry
have the similar tendency.
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