Huge 6ft long sharks now living in River Thames in London as river ‘teems with life’
The Mirror says Large sharks are living in the Thames, with the river now playing a “vital role” in preserving endangered species.
The Greater Thames Shark Project, run by the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), has identified Tope, starry smooth-hound and spurdog as shark species identified in the river.
The project, which started last year, is designed to gather more data on the three elusive types of shark residing in the Thames’s outer estuary.
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