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Wildlife count

UNITED KINGDOM | Monday, 10 July 2006 | Views [1860]

Furry woodland creatures spotted on tour:

* Grey Squirrel, alive and well in the Westonbirt Arboretum

* Bumblebees - lots of them, but apparently in a mysterious decline across the British Isles.  You've gotta rate any animal that is anatomically impossible.

* Shrew - tiny little (dead) thing with a very cute and pointy nose.

* Badger - roadkill on the way out to Wales.  Still counts in my book though on account of them being unbelievable cool with a big stripe on their head and also quite rare.  I'm reckoning that this is like seeing a 'Roo for our tourists.

* Bunny Rabbits - galore!

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