Rewilding seas - Some waters off England to get full protection

The article reports on the UK government’s plan to expand marine protected areas in the waters off the coast of England. According to the article, the UK government plans to designate 31 new marine protected areas, covering an area of over 12,000 square kilometers. The protected areas will include a range of habitats, such as seagrass beds, coral reefs, and deep-sea canyons, which are home to a diverse array of marine species. The article notes that the expansion of marine protected areas is part of the government’s commitment to rewilding the seas and protecting the marine environment.

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