Climate Crisis, Harbour Seals

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by paul henery

Oil on board

h: 80 w: 120 d: 2 (cms).

The River Tees once held a healthy population of Seals. The river mouth is actually called Seal Sands. Industrial pollution killed all life in the river including the Seals. River quality has been improved and the area is now a national nature reserve. But, looming over the horizon , the continuous threat to all life on earth is evident. Freedom for wild places means fighting to save those places.


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