United Kingdom: Sea trout return to cleaner rivers

Independent: The numbers of sea trout and salmon found in some English rivers have hit record highs this year, thanks to efforts to clean up polluted waterways. More than 15,000 of the fish have been recorded migrating up the River Tyne -- in which no salmon and trout were seen 50 years ago -- according to studies by the Environment Agency. Record numbers of sea trout have been spotted in the Thames, a river once declared biologically dead, while the Mersey -- formerly the most polluted ......

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