If you read our quirky facts about Dorset, you will know that seahorses live in the incredible seagrass habitat found on the seabed at Studland Bay. Seagrass is more important than you think and needs to be preserved as much as the rainforests.
World Seagrass Day was on 1 March 2021
Seagrass absorb carbon faster than the Amazon rainforest, they help to regulate water temperature and keep the ocean cool making them a vital component in combating global climate change
Seagrass form a key part of a delicate eco-system that provides food for humans and livelihoods for coastal communities
Seagrass meadows are home to an abundance of wildlife and all kinds of marine creatures, including Dorset’s own Studland Bay-based spiny seahorses
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