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And here's tonight's quiz. Just one photo, but what is it?

Unsprung mystery quiz

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  • Comment number 50. Posted by May

    on 9 Jun 2014 23:54

    Look like a pile of porcupine needles

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  • Comment number 49. Posted by Chris McDermott

    on 8 Jun 2014 16:13

    Dear springwatchers i mistook a Bramble stem from the wild Ruby Dwarf Primrose for a Brown Crested Long Tailed Bull Frog Newt, down at the bottom left hand corner of the picture, many apologies for misleading you.

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  • Comment number 48. Posted by Chris McDermott

    on 8 Jun 2014 00:04

    The bunch of twigs what you can see is the nest belonging to the Yellow Crested Pebble Warbler which migrates from Brazil in May until November only nesting in South East England and can be spotted in Wales.

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  • Comment number 47. Posted by Chris McDermott

    on 7 Jun 2014 23:44

    If you look down at the bottom left hand corner you will see a Brown Crested Long Tailed Bull Frog Newt, this rare newt can only be found in South East England

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  • Comment number 46. Posted by blackburn004

    on 5 Jun 2014 19:57

    pigmy land beaver lodge

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  • Comment number 45. Posted by Tawny Feathers

    on 4 Jun 2014 20:49

    perhaps a hedgehog nest :)

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  • Comment number 44. Posted by Tawny Feathers

    on 4 Jun 2014 20:42

    it looks like an upside down bullfinch nest...maybe fallen off a tree

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  • Comment number 43. Posted by tonybbc

    on 4 Jun 2014 17:22

    At first My thinking moved towards the bower bird. Unfortunately as there are no enticers. So that idea is dashed. On the right there is what looks like a half brick. that is the scale. From that I believe that the creature would be about the size of a squirrel or rat. Could it be something of a territorial item. Like a scenting post. Beaver or otter perhaps.
    Another thought could it be the nesting material removed from a badger set.
    Yet another thought these are twigs, material which look like a large bird would use to make a nest with. e.g. crow, raven or heron. So could it be a nest that has fallen from a tree from a large bird.

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  • Comment number 42. Posted by Damian

    on 4 Jun 2014 11:23

    Looks to have been carefully deposited by a bird of some kind,reminds me of a rather unimaginative Bower bird,although entirely wrong continent!

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  • Comment number 41. Posted by SSMOOTHY

    on 4 Jun 2014 09:02

    @Cosper wosper; i lol'd.

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