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Beavers released at Wild Ken Hill in Snettisham




For the first time in hundreds of years beavers have made a return to Norfolk having just been released at a major rewilding site in Snettisham.

Two females, which were transported from Scotland, were given a new home last month at Wild Ken Hill, where they will play an important role growing the biodiversity.

Beavers are a keystone species which create micro habitats for other species to use and are also impressive water management engineers. The dams, channels and other structures they create allows the land to hold onto more water.




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