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Even though humans live longer lives compared to their historical counterparts, we cannot escape the inevitability of aging. However, testudines – the order to which tortoises and turtles belong – may buck this trend by following a different pattern of aging compared to humans and other species.
Questions 1 to 5 are individual information that each person responding to the consultation needs to complete for themselves or their organisation. Wildwood Trust’s answers to Questions 6 to 11 are set out below and may be copied or adapted.
N.B. The Text in Blue is extracted from the wording from DEFRAs Consultation Proposals and is not part of Wildwood Trust’s response – that wording is for information and context only.
Whether the owner of a tiny balcony or a huge garden space, everyone can connect with nature and wildlife through simple steps to create a wilder environment in their patch.
The last of our conservation spotlights sharing the exciting and crucial work undertaken by Wildwood’s dedicated superheroes in the Conservation Team.
Over the coming weeks we’ll be sharing the exciting and crucial work undertaken by Wildwood’s dedicated superheroes in the Conservation Team.
Wildwood Trust welcomes Mish and Lucy, a pair of brown bear cubs who were found abandoned in Albania.