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Wildlife in Graveyards

Written by – Sophie Payton (Year 13) Edited by – Molly Sutton Graveyards are one of the most sacred places to many people, being the final resting place for loved ones all over the world. They are, however, incredibly sacred places in terms of what habitats they provide and species unique to them.  One instantlyContinue reading “Wildlife in Graveyards”

Reintroduction of beavers and the benefits for the environment, problems (agricultural issues) and the knock-on effects of bringing back a keystone species

Written by Hannah Sisley (Year 13) Edited by Stalla Xystra Beavers have been missing from UK habitats for more than 400 years as a result of humans. They’re now starting to come back as a result of carefully monitored reintroduction schemes in the River Otter, Devon and West Sussex’s Knepp Estate. These incredible rodents haveContinue reading “Reintroduction of beavers and the benefits for the environment, problems (agricultural issues) and the knock-on effects of bringing back a keystone species”

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