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National Marine Week - 25th July – 9th August 2015

24 July 2015

The UK's marine environment is home to some of our most fascinating wildlife, such as basking sharks, grey seals, puffins and dolphins.

 

Two Puffins one with sandeels in its beak with a North Sea background

Two Puffins one with sandeels in its beak with a North Sea background

 

Basking shark off North West Scotland

Basking shark off North West Scotland

 

Grey Seal playing underwater off the coast of Cape Cornwall, England

Grey seal playing underwater off the coast of Cornwall, England

 

Each year The Wildlife Trusts celebrate the UK's amazing sea animals and plants during National Marine Week and this year they are celebrating dolphins!

 

Wild common Dolphin and Calf playing and breaching in the waves

Wild common Dolphin and calf playing and breaching in the waves

 

Whilst you hopefully don't have a dolphin as a pet, you may have some beautiful and interesting aquatic pets that we would love to see, or you may have been lucky enough to spot dolphins whilst on your UK holiday. Please post your photos on Willows Facebook page for everyone to see.

For further information on how you can help the marine environment please see the following link www.wildlifetrusts.org