They once roamed in huge herds across the grasslands of Europe, but a century ago, following mass killing for food and sport during the First World War, the European bison went extinct in the wild. Europe’s largest land mammal was only saved thanks to captive breeding, following which they were released back into the ancient forests of Eastern Europe. Bison have since been reintroduced into several other European countries, and last week it was announced that the UK would be the latest of these. A small...Full Article
Missing lynx: how rewilding Britain could restore its natural balance
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