Deer culled by Forestry Commission to control numbers

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Wild deer are being culled by the Forestry Commission in an effort to control their numbers.

There's been a huge increase in the population in south east England in recent years.

The commission owns 50 thousand acres of woodland in the region, and deer wreak havoc on the natural landscape.

The BBC's Yvette Austin reports.

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