Wolves, red squirrels make a comeback in Scotland

Animals like bears and lynx, last seen centuries ago, are being reintroduced into the wild across Europe.

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    Animals like bears and lynx, last seen centuries ago, are being reintroduced into the wild across Europe.

    In Scotland, one project hopes to bring back wolves after an absence of more than 300 years, while another seeks to reintroduce red squirrels.

    Al Jazeera's Nick Clark reports from the Scottish Highlands.


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