First-of-a-kind marine biosecurity plan funded by Natural England

The port of Plymouth has become the first port in England to draw up a plan to tackle invasive non-native species, backed by the nature regulator

Asian shore crab
Hemigrapsus takanoi, the brush-clawed shore crab or Asian shore crab, an invasive species in England

The port of Plymouth has become the first port in England to draw up a plan to tackle invasive non-native species, backed by the nature regulator.

Plymouth’s new biosecurity plan, funded by Natural England, was announced yesterday.  

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