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The population of beavers on the River Otter in Devon has been allowed to remain as a wild population, in a landmark decision by the Government.
The first 'Red List' - of UK mammals has concluded that a quarter of all UK mammal species is under threat of extinction if current population trends continue.
A new report by the Wildlife Trusts and Professor Dave Goulson, of the University of Sussex has called for the Government to set ambitious targets to reverse the decline in insects, and asked people to become "Insect Champions" to help stop pollinator declines.
A five-year study by the River Otter Beaver Trial in Devon has demonstrated that beavers bring numerous quantifiable benefits to both wildlife and people.