Members of an…

Members of an otter colony near a BT satellite site in Cornwall have literally been risking life and webbed foot to get their daily feed, crossing a busy road to poach fish from a nearby quarry. Following the untimely demise of three otters, including a mother raising pups, BT has decided to give the colony a helping hand by building a tunnel under the road. The job, which is being undertaken with the Environment Agency and English Nature, involves moving fibre-optic cables and breaking through hard serpentine rock to help the furry fish-filchers find their fodder. Surely it would have been cheaper to order them a tuna and anchovy pizza?

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