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Animal Scene

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2: The Wild and the Rare
Why is it so important to conserve endangered species of wild and domestic breeds? Michael Rodd finds out as he explores the animal world around Britain. Otters are, perhaps, Philip Wayre 's favourite animals, but at Norfolk Wildlife Park he claims to have the largest specialist collection of European mammals and birds in the country - from Alpine ibex to Eagle owls - and a record of outstanding breeding successes that has never been beaten.
Joe Henson , at Cotswold Farm Park, a member of the recently formed Rare Breeds Survival Trust, is concerned with preserving historic breeds of livestock - the Soay, Jacob, and Manx Loghtan sheep; the tremendous Longhorn and tiny Dexter cattle; and pigs like the Gloucester Old Spot which used to make your bacon taste of cider.
Producer mart evans
Man & Beast: Woman's Hour, Thun B4

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Rodd
Unknown: Philip Wayre
Unknown: Joe Henson
Unknown: Manx Loghtan

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