Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 23, 2020

Wales a haven for wildlife – but for how long?

The BBC reports

From slugs to spiders and bees to bottlenose dolphins – Wales is proving a haven for many species.

Its varied landscape and mild climate make Wales among Europe’s “best wildlife-watching secrets”, according to the Wildlife Trust.

Those secrets include a spider only found in Welsh caves, a fly unique to a north Wales river and a flesh-eating slug first found in a Cardiff garden.

However one in six species of wildlife, plants and fungi remain endangered.

Read more at Wales a haven for wildlife – but for how long? – BBC News


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