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Grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) feeding, England : Stock Photo
Introduced to Britain from North America in 1876, it is larger and stronger than the native red squirrel and was responsible for its near extinction in Britain. Grey squirrels cause devastation by stripping bark from trees leading to their death.

Grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) feeding, England

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Introduced to Britain from North America in 1876, it is larger and stronger than the native red squirrel and was responsible for its near extinction in Britain. Grey squirrels cause devastation by stripping bark from trees leading to their death.
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Laurie Campbell
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