Beavers ‘adapting well to Scotland’

BBC: More than 150 beavers living in Tayside waterways have adapted well to life in Scotland, studies have found. The Scottish government is considering whether to permanently reintroduce the animals to the wild, with a trial scheme underway in Knapdale, Argyll. Studies concluded that the Tayside beavers, which originated from escapes or illegal releases, had settled in well to the local environment. Proposals to trap or cull the rogue beavers proved controversial. The Scottish government......

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