They did it! After 800 years with no Beaver dams in England, a pair of them have finally build one recently.
Telegraph UK reports:”The male beaver has been spotted feeding alone some distance from the lodge, whereas the female seems keen to stay close to their home,” he said. “This might suggest that she has young inside, but we won’t know until at least late July when they’re ready to come outside.
We haven’t had beavers here for 800 years because they were hunted to extinction. Now, a year after they came to Escot, they have built a dam and we think they are breeding. We won’t know for sure for a couple of months but it is very encouraging. It really is a superb structure – quite a feat of engineering for two small beavers.”
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There is always a price to pay for things in life. Instead of price tags, Hong Kong fusion artist Cecilia Yu (余詠詩) and professional Scottish Artists are using art to convey the message. It is no secret that China is blooming, but do you want to know the twists of old & new behind it? Check out the exhibition hosted by ChinaNow! in Scotland.
“The slogan: ‘The price of prosperity’- provides the artists with unique reflections about living in the global economy with a focus on China’s economic boom.”
Check out “Floating” at Patriot Hall Gallery in Edinburgh from February 21 to March 5 Opening hours: 12 – 6pm.
For more information about the exhibition, go to:
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