Wind in the willows ‘ratty’ making a comeback in the UK

BBC: The critically endangered water vole is showing signs of a comeback, according to a UK survey. Water voles were once common on waterways across the country, but their numbers began to decline in the 1990s and, by 2005, 90% had disappeared. The Environment Agency, which carried out the survey, said this makes it the UK's fastest declining mammal. The agency added that its recovery had been stimulated by an improvement in river water quality. It also cited success ......

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