Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Seahorses in London

Short-snouted seahorses have set up residence in the recovering River Thames, which had been declared biologically dead in the 1950s. Various groups have worked to rehabilitate the river for the past two decades. Seals, dolphins, salmon, and sea lampreys have also recently been seen swimming in the healthier river. via: National Geographic

1 comment:

jan said...

It's so impressive at what humans can do to rehabilite their environment when there is the right mindset.