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Embark on a journey along the River Thames in Berkshire and delve back in time to 400 million years ago. Page two of our journey through time along the River Thames in Berkshire.
Inquests were quite different in the 19th century. Often they would be held in a pub or even in the deceased person's house. The body would be displayed in the open, so members of the jury could scrutinise the corpse.
Everything from giant terrapins and goldfish to tiny muntjac deer and kingfishers can be found in or on the banks of the River Thames. Conservation manager Alastair Driver tells BBC Berkshire about what there is to see on the river.
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