First wild beavers in England for centuries to be captured

Guardian: The future looks gloomy for the first wild group of beavers to be spotted in England for around 500 years after the government revealed it intended to trap the dam-building critters. To the delight of animal lovers, video footage proved the existence of a family of beavers apparently thriving in the River Otter in Devon earlier this year. But the government announced on Monday that it was planning to capture the animals and find a new home for them in a zoo or wildlife park. In a written......

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