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THE LIVING WORLD
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Sunday 06:35-07:00
The Living World is a gentle weekend natural history programme, presented by Lionel Kelleway, which aims to broadcast the best, most intimate encounters with British wildlife.
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Sunday 18 September 2005
Rock pool creatures

The Strangford Shore

This week Lionel Kelleway meets up with marine naturalist Pat Boaden on the shores of Strangford Lough. 
 
Strangford Lough is a large, shallow sea inlet on the east coast of County Down in Northern Ireland.
 
It's an important place for marine invertebrates, algae and salt marsh plants; for wintering and breeding wetland birds and mammals.

Pat and Lionel find peacock worms, brittle starfish and the intriguing electric bulb sea-squirt, amongst the rocks of Strangford.
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