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Old Thursday 6th July 2017, 08:45   #1
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New survey reveals mysterious creatures living in gardens across Wales (RSPB)

A new survey has revealed that hedgehogs, foxes and moles are among the most common creatures that are making their homes in back gardens across the UK, with RSPB Cymru calling on families to get outside this summer to uncover the mysterious wildlife living in their outdoor spaces.

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