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Buckholt Wood is a beech (Fagus sylvatica) wood and part of the Cotwolds Commons Featured 2020 April Highlights Image

Buckholt Wood is a beech (Fagus sylvatica) wood and part of the Cotwolds Commons

Buckholt Wood is a beech (Fagus sylvatica) wood and part of the Cotwolds Commons and Beechwoods National Nature Reserve, on the scarp slope of the Cotswolds near Birdlip, Gloucestershire

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Giant tun (Tonna galea) a species of marine gastropod mollusc that is one of the biggest Featured 2020 April Highlights Image

Giant tun (Tonna galea) a species of marine gastropod mollusc that is one of the biggest

Giant tun (Tonna galea) a species of marine gastropod mollusc that is one of the biggest sea snails in the Mediterranean, photographed off Vis Island, Croatia, Adriatic Sea

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Birds eye primrose (Primula farinosa) a plant confined in Britain to the Pennines of Featured 2020 April Highlights Image

Birds eye primrose (Primula farinosa) a plant confined in Britain to the Pennines of

Birds eye primrose (Primula farinosa) a plant confined in Britain to the Pennines of Durham and Yorkshire and Durham's coastal limestone. Widdybank Fell, Upper Teesdale, Durham, England, UK, June

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