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  1. Rare Seahorse Found In The River Thames, London

    by , 08-01-2012 at 23:42 (Coralswap's Official Blog)
    A rare seahorse has been found in the River Thames deep into London for the first time - suggesting a colony may be present.

    The short-snouted seahorse - which can grow up to 6in (15cm) long - was discovered in the river at Greenwich.

    Although they are found on the south coast this is the furthest upriver the species has been discovered.

    The fact this seahorse was a juvenile, just 5cm long, suggests a breeding colony may be in the river.

    Emma Barton, ...

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