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Juniper protected on South Downs

South Downs

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An area of the South Downs has been set aside for a plantation of Juniper trees, one of the biggest in southern England.

The Sussex Wildlife Trust's local ecologist has fenced off 300 trees to protect them from rabbits, which eat Juniper.

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