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Dormice decline 'is slowing down'

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Conservationists say they are encouraged by research which suggests that a decline in the numbers of dormice is slowing down.

Dormice became extinct in many parts of the country after the loss of woodland and hedgerows.

Sarah Mukherjee reports.

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