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  1. Experts to promote wild lynx effect for Scotland

    …to restore Scotland's last remnants of native Caledonian Forest. He said: "In the…

    …Efforts to "rewild" parts of Scotland could involve the reintroduction of Eurasian lynx, according to some…

    …Efforts to "rewild" parts of Scotland could involve the reintroduction of Eurasian lynx, according to some conservationists. Trees for Life said the predator could "play a crucial top-down… wolves could…

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  2. Scottish Learners 2nd level: Scotland's Wildlife: 1. Supporting native species

    …The red squirrel and the beaver are both native to Scotland, but both have suffered due to…

    …The red squirrel and the beaver are both native to Scotland, but both have suffered due to human activity. Grey…

    …The red squirrel and the beaver are both native to Scotland, but both have suffered due to human activity. Grey squirrels were introduced from America in the 19th Century, and have overrun the reds in…

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  3. Out of Doors: 04/10/2014

    …Lochside camping in one of Scotland national parks could be severely restricted if new…

    …Lochside camping in one of Scotland national parks could be severely restricted if new bylaws are approved. The Loch…

    …Lochside camping in one of Scotland national parks could be severely restricted if new bylaws are approved. The Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park says the laws will be part of a £10m package…

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  4. BBC Nature - Autumnwatch 2012 webcams

    …of Beavers and Wetlands!" 1008: Beaver bio-engineers Sir John is now explaining the beaver

    …have seen beaver populations re-establish, most recently in Scotland following their reintroduction in 2001. 0505: We…

    …you're enjoying them 0528: Beaver bait All our infra-red cameras allow us to watch the animals all through the night. Beavers are agile swimmers, have a look at of them swimming underwater. 0519… 0731…

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  5. BBC Nature - Now off: Winterwatch 2013 webcams

    …0659: Beaver Our beaver is on the move..... 0641: Beavers We have two beavers in the lodge…

    beaver entering the lodge........yes there they are.... 0659: Beaver Our beaver is on the move..... 0641: Beavers We…

    …introduced to the island of Mull in Scotland in 1986. confirms the rumour to be true. 1731: Sleepy We've left our beaver to doze. found that beavers spend more than 50% of their time in the den…

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  6. Beavers reintroduced to Scotland

    …BBC Scotland's Euan Mcilwraith reports on divided opinion about the reintroduction of …

    …BBC Scotland's Euan Mcilwraith reports on divided opinion about the reintroduction of beaver to the wild at Knapdale in…

    …BBC Scotland's Euan Mcilwraith reports on divided opinion about the reintroduction of beaver to the wild at Knapdale in Argyll.…

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  7. Beavers set for return to Scotland

    Scotland's Highlands are the perfect habitat for beavers Scotland may be beautiful but it…

    Scotland's Highlands are the perfect habitat for beavers Scotland may be beautiful but it is missing something. That is…

    Scotland's Highlands are the perfect habitat for beavers Scotland may be beautiful but it is missing something. That is the opinion of naturalists who hope to reintroduce beavers to the Highlands…

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  8. BBC Nature - 'Beaver tourism': can it work?

    beaver's return to Scotland. Hunted to extinction in Scotland in the 16th century, the …

    Beavers are now established in Scotland's wetlands So what is the future of the beaver in Scotland? Sir Lister-Kaye is…

    …the lack of predators to keep them in check. Beavers are now established in Scotland's wetlands So what is the future of the beaver in Scotland? Sir Lister-Kaye is certainly optimistic, but he…

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  9. Beavers return to Scotland after 400 years

    …The first beavers to live in Scotland for more than 400 years have been released into the…

    …The first beavers to live in Scotland for more than 400 years have been released into the wild. Three beaver families…

    …The first beavers to live in Scotland for more than 400 years have been released into the wild. Three beaver families have been brought into the UK from Norway. Allan Bantick, chairman of the Scottish…

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  10. Support claimed for Scottish beaver reintroduction plans

    …decide if beavers should have a future in Scotland. An announcement is due next year. The…

    …to the Scottish government to decide if beavers should have a future in Scotland. An announcement is due next year. The…

    …Scottish Beaver Trial, suggests 60% of Scots back the reintroduction of beavers - 5% were opposed. Support was higher, at 74%, amongst those already aware of the issue. Eurasian beavers taken from…

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    …Stone-age snack? A hedgehog on the island of Uist, Scotland. Photograph: Murdo Macleod…

    …Stone-age snack? A hedgehog on the island of Uist, Scotland. Photograph: Murdo Macleod Next month, the UK’s first…

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    …Stone-age snack? A hedgehog on the island of Uist, Scotland. Photograph: Murdo Macleod…

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    …Stone-age snack? A hedgehog on the island of Uist, Scotland. Photograph: Murdo Macleod Next month, the UK’s first paleolithic restaurant will open in London. The paleo, stone-age or caveman diet…

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