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New life?: ancient oaks could be encouraged to spread. Illustration: Michael Viney

Large areas of Ireland’s upland habitats – above the last farmland fence – are being lost or degraded, according to the National P(...)

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Let them prey: a Daubenton’s bat snatches an insect. Illustration: Michael Viney

Mediterranean pipistrelles are moving north and there are signs of change to the number of species in Ireland

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Umbrella species: the mussels shield the future of pretty well everything else alive in our last, relatively clean rivers. Illustration: Michael Viney

Ireland may have as many as 12 million freshwater pearl mussels, a key share of the European population

Wild thing: the Greeks had tales of bottlenose dolphins. Illustration: Michael Viney

Irish Whale and Dolphin Group says even sociable wild dolphins are best left to wild lives

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