Past decade ‘best for UK rivers’

BBC: Cleaner rivers in England and Wales have helped many species of wildlife, the Environment Agency says. The last decade has been the best for rivers since the industrial revolution, it said. Record numbers of salmon and sea trout were found in the Mersey, Tyne and Thames, while otters returned to every region in England and Wales. The decade also saw the return of the water vole after a dramatic decline in the 1990s. Incidents of serious water pollution have more than halved since 2001.......

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