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Rare UK wildlife thriving in lockdown, reveals National Trust
by Steven Morris

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19 May 2020

On 19 May 2020 The Guardian reported: First came the goats. During the first days of lockdown the bearded, ghostly white creatures wandered down from their north Wales clifftop home into the town of Llandudno and made headlines around the globe. Now the National Trust is reporting that emboldened wildlife, from raptors and warblers to badgers, otters, and even orcas, appear to be enjoying the disappearance of humans from its gardens, castles, and waterways across the UK. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

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Related video from BBC [link also in article] Coronavirus: Goats take over deserted Llandudno

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