Wicken Fen is not a natural habitat. For centuries the Fen has been under the
influence of a human population.
The fen is home to the stunning Emperor
dragonfly, the largest of a species that has been around for 300m years
much longer than humans.
the heart of Somerset, lies the 'Levels and Moors', one of the most important
wetlands in the world.
Moss is the largest remaining reedbed in North West England, with shallow meres
and fringing sedge and woodland.
"When you think about it the British Isles was once a wet, marshy place.
"Drainage has drastically reduced the area of natural wetlands
but they are still amazing places to enjoy the natural world."
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