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England drought begins to affect wildlife

The drought that is affecting many parts of England is beginning to have a serious impact on wildlife.

River levels are still falling in many places, and there is concern that drying streams and ponds will leave creatures like frogs and newts at risk, and prevent some insects from hatching.

The BBC's environment correspondent Daniel Boettcher reports.

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