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Global Warming: Sahara The Seal

by | 16th, November 2007

FINDING new and imaginative ways to work global warming into a story leads the Mail to Sahara the seal.

The clue is in the name, because Sahara, a hooded seal, has not been in the Arctic but off the coast of Morocco.

Found on a beach in Morocco, scientists took Sahara to the National Seal Sanctuary in Cornwall and fitted him with a satellite tracking system.

Once back in the water, the scientists were able to watch him swim to the coast of Spain.

Says the Mail: “Sahara’s latest trip south has baffled scientists, who are wondering whether global warming could be to blame.”

Such is man’s impact on nature and wildlife…



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