How to reduce your footprint on the local marine environment

How to reduce your footprint on the local marine environment

The Beachy Head West Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) stretches 24km along the Sussex coast from Brighton to Beachy Head. The area is designated for its rare and important chalk reef habitat and species such as the short snouted seahorse.Chalk reef habitat is extremely rare, with over half of Europe’s coastal chalk found in the South and East of England, making it an important area for conservation. In Sussex at low tide, a portion of the reef becomes exposed giving a unique opportunity to observe the wide variety of marine life that thrives along this important stretch of coastline.



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