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Beavers given ‘right to stay’ in Devon, paving way for further reintroductions It’s a mystery how they even got there, but beavers living on the River Otter have won the legal right to stay Agriculture Conservation Environment
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How the reintroduction of beavers is changing Britain for the better Once hunted to extinction in Britain, beavers are recolonising the waterways. A new study measuring their impact paints a positive picture Conservation Economics Environment UK
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Dam it! Furry engineers stage a comeback in the Wye Valley Experts believe that dams built by beavers could help prevent flooding and boost biodiversity Environment UK

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