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Default Deep-sea trawling is destroying coral reefs and pristine marine habitats

Deep-sea trawling is destroying coral reefs and pristine marine habitats
Ian Sample, San Diego
guardian.co.uk, Thursday 18 February 2010 22.00 GMT

Deep-sea trawling is destroying coral reefs and pristine marine habitats | Environment | guardian.co.uk
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Deep-sea trawling is devastating corals and pristine marine habitats that have gone untouched since the last ice age, a leading marine biologist has warned.

A survey of the world's reefs and seamounts giant submerged mountains that rise more than a kilometre above the seabed has revealed...
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