Wild flowers thriving in Scotland's wet summer

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Some species of native wildlife including bees and bats have struggled to survive in the wet summer weather.

The Scottish Wildlife Trust say wild flowers have been thriving in the warm summer rain.

BBC Scotland's Laura Bicker has been finding out at a wildlife centre in Grangemouth.

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