Sea trout and otters return as British rivers improve

Telegraph: Water quality in English and Welsh rivers has improved year on year for the past 20 years, according to the Government agency responsible for regulating the use and management of rivers. A number of wildlife species have benefited, including otters which were hit by the effects of pesticides but are now found back in every region in England and Wales. But conservationists warned that almost three quarters of rivers fall below tougher new European standards because they do not support the wildlife......

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