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Butterfly numbers 'still falling' in the UK

Almost three quarters of UK butterfly species have declined in abundance over the past decade.

According to a study compiled by Butterfly Conservation and the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, even common species have seen a fall of 24%.

Researchers say habitat loss is likely to be the main reason. The BBC's Daniel Boettcher reports.

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