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UK wildlife research. Embargoed to 1600 Monday February 17 File photo dated 6/8/2019 of an Emperor Dragonfly in Rainham Marshes Nature Reserve , in Essex. Some insects, lichen and mosses are bucking the trend of UK wildlife declines with the help of measures to improve air and water quality, research suggests. Issue date: Monday February 17, 2020. Scientists looked at the distribution of thousands of species from dragonflies to ants and lichen which have not been closely studied, to see if they were suffering the declines seen in UK birds, butterflies and mammals. See PA story ENVIRONMENT Wildlife. Photo credit should read: Ian West/PA Wire URN:50389826 (Press Association via AP Images)

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February 17, 2020 08:41:03 AM
February 17, 2020 02:12:25 PM
Ian West
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ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Wildlife, Environment, Environment and nature, Nature reserves, Insects, Animals, Water quality, Water environment, Butterflies, Ants, Mosses, Plants
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