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Inside Out: Week commencing Monday June 23, 2003
WATER VOLES
East Anglia is one of the last strong holds for Britain's fastest declining mammal
 
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Penny Hemphill reading on the river bank

Tales from the river bank

For those of you brought up on The Wind in the Willows - it may surprise you to learn that Ratty unlike his name suggests, was in fact a water vole. And sadly in real life, the water vole is only just clinging to survival.

Inside Out joins Penny Hemphill of the Suffolk Wildlife Trust in East Anglia - the water voles' last strong hold.

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