Seahorses found living in River Thames in London – BBC News

Seahorses found living in River Thames in London – BBC News





Two species of seahorses have made their home in the River Thames, conservation charity ZSL has found.
The creatures have been spotted six times in the last two months in the river between Greenwich and the South Bank.

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  1. Sven Tempest

    How are there dislikes for this…? I mean, it's just a fluff piece about a natural discovery in the heart of London. It shows that many species are still thriving despite the industrialization of our planet. What's to dislike here…?

    Then again, this is the BBC comments sections… It honestly wouldn't surprise me if someone were to unironically claim that sea horses on the BBC are feminist propaganda because the males give birth… 😒

  2. Mick G.

    Bloody freeloading seahorses…. probably immigrants… blah blah… Brexit…moan, moan…. fake news…. etc. etc…. Daily Mail rhetoric…. rhubarb, rhubarb…… I've never even met my next door neighbour…. blah, blah…. my wife ran off with a lesbian….. moan, moan….. Hitler had the right idea….etc.

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