Baby beaver born on Exmoor for first time in 400 years

Six-week-old kit seen on National Trust’s Holnicote Estate in Somerset after pair of adults were reintroduced

A baby beaver has been born on Exmoor for the first time in 400 years after two adults were successfully reintroduced by the National Trust in January 2020.

Camera footage shows the six-week-old kit swimming to the family lodge with its mother in a large enclosure on the Holnicote Estate in Somerset, where two Eurasian beavers were released for the first time in the trust’s 125-year history.

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