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Beavers born in Essex 'for first time in 400 years' say conservationists
by Basit Mahmood
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3 July 2020
On 3 July 2020 Newsweek reported:
Beavers have been born in the English county of Essex for the first time in 400 years, according to conservationists. British beavers were hunted to extinction for their meat, pelts, and scent glands and were the first extinct mammal to be reintroduced into the wild in the U.K. according to the Wildwood Trust. Last year, a pair of Eurasian beavers were placed in Spains Hall Estate in Finchingfield to help reduce flood risk due to their abilities in building dams and moderating water flows. The two beavers, known as Woody and Willow, have now had babies, known as kits.
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