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More harbour seals being born in the River Thames
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3 September 2019
On 3 September 2019 BBC News reported:
Scientists from ZSL's (Zoological Society of London) said this provided clear evidence that harbour seals are breeding in the river that flows through southern England including London. Conservation Biologist, Thea Cox said: 'The seals would not be able to pup here at all without a reliable food source, so this demonstrates that the Thames ecosystem is thriving and shows just how far we have come since the river was declared biologically dead in the 1950s.'
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