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Fears for wildlife under threat in UK waters

The Firth of Clyde in Scotland was once known for its stocks of cod, halibut and herring, but scientists have warned that it faces ecological meltdown.

The decline is echoed in many other seas around the UK that have suffered as a result of over-fishing.

Richard Bilton has been investigating what is happening to the wildlife in our waters.

  • 30 Aug 2010
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