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This is how much marine life in Italy improved during the COVID-19 lockdown

Italy's marine life has flourished during lockdown. Image: via REUTERS

Antonio Denti

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A forest of gorgonians and coral at the Secche di Tor Paterno, a protected marine reserve 5 miles off the coast of Rome. Image: via REUTERS

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