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Friday, April 11, 2008

Seahorses return to Thames

National Geographic video: "April 10, 2008—Rare, short-snouted seahorses have been spotted in London's once-polluted River Thames, suggesting that efforts to clean up the river have paid off, conservationists said."

This is a beautiful video, though I don't think any Jacques Cousteau type went into the river to get that film of seahorses.

Stella Morris

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