United Kingdom: Battle to stop capture England’s first wild beavers in 500 years

Guardian: Mike Flynn was fly-fishing for brown trout when an unexpected creature hove into view. "We often see otters here – they are lithe, playful things – but this was quite different," said Flynn. "It chugged down the middle of the river a couple of rod-lengths away from me like a tug boat. There was no doubt it was one of the beavers. It took no notice of me; it was an amazing sight." If the government gets its way, the presence of these beavers in a corner of Devon – the first to be sighted in England......

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