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After 400 years, beavers allowed back in the wild in England for good
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7 August 2020
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The first beavers to live naturally in the wild in England for over 400 years have been given the green light to stay after a five-year trial showed their dam-building activities were good for wildlife and people. Beavers, semi-aquatic vegetarian mammals, were hunted to extinction in Britain more than four centuries ago. But in 2013 a family of beavers was found to be living on the River Otter in Devon, a rural county in southwest England.
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