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Daily Archives: September 10, 2019

First pink salmon caught in Welsh waters for 30 years – people are now being told to kill them

A pink salmon has been caught in Welsh waters for the first time in 30 years. The rare catch was made in the River Dee at the Chester fish trap monitoring station. Anglers are now being told to kill the fish “humanely” and not release them back into the waters if any more are caught around Wales. Despite this being …

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The disgusting scale of man made pollution killing Wales’ rivers

Wales’ rivers are currently under attack by constant pollution. The waterways around Cymru are beset with sewage, agricultural waste and dumping. WalesOnline has spoke to river users to reveal the true scale of the issues facing Wales’ rivers. How bad it the problem? The simple answer is that it depends on where in Wales you are. This map shows the …

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