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More Fish in the Thames

Sep 04,2007 SACN


Dolphins, seals and porpoises could soon become a far more common sight along the Thames, scientists said today.

More than 100 of the sea mammals have been spotted in the river over the last year.

Researchers say numbers could greatly increase in coming years as the creatures begin to feed in the river more often because of an increased number of fish.

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