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England's first wild beavers for 400 years allowed to live on River Otter
by Fiona Harvey, Environment correspondent
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6 August 2020
On 6 August 2020 The Guardian reported:
The first beavers to live wild in England for centuries are to be allowed to remain in their new home on the River Otter in east Devon after a five-year reintroduction trial. The government gave permission on Thursday [6 August] for the reestablished colony to remain in the area, the first wild breeding of beavers in 400 years and the first legally sanctioned reintroduction of an extinct native mammal to England.
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