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Rare Seahorses Found in River Thames

Discussion in 'Sea Save Foundation' started by Sea Save Foundation, Nov 24, 2017.

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    Short-snouted seahorses have been found thriving in London's Thames River. Seahorses are “sticklers for clean water,” so their appearance is a testament to the cleanup of the river once declared biologically dead. Short-snouted and spiny seahorses were first spotted in 2008 and then legally protected. Surprisingly, the restored Thames is now also home to harbor seals, porpoises, otters, and wild salmon.

    Read more here (story #5).

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