2020 highlights in UK seas: partying dolphins

The Wildlife Trusts and Sir David Attenborough call on public to help protect marine life. Caroline Davies. The Guardian. December 2020.

Sir David Attenborough has called for a halt to activities that damage the UK’s seas, as the Wildlife Trusts revealed the highs and lows of marine life around the British Isles during 2020.

Blue fin tuna, world’s largest tuna

Highlights included thousands of Atlantic bluefin tuna in a rare run up the Channel from Cornwall to Kent, at some points accompanied by porpoises, minke whale and dolphins in a feeding frenzy, the trusts’ living seas marine review reported.

Abby Crosby, of Cornwall Wildlife Trust, said: “No one who saw this intense display of the power, aggression and athletic prowess of bluefin tuna says they will ever forget it. People were utterly spellbound in anticipation of the next startling leap of these huge, metallic-silver creatures from beneath the ocean waves, and many simply couldn’t believe this was happening just off the English coastline.”

Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/dec/31/partying-dolphins-and-rare-sea-slug-among-2020-highlights-in-uk-seas?

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