Sunday, 8 January 2017

One-mile-long stretch of ancient trees is chopped down because squirrels have gnawed at branches causing them to fall in front of drivers

The beech trees along the A38 have been coppiced after squirrels were found to be gnawing branches, causing them to fall into the busy road
Gnawing squirrels have forced officials to chop down hundreds of thriving trees across a mile-long stretch of road.
Some 750 towering beech trees used to flank this section of the A38, a busy road running through picturesque parts of Devon and Cornwall.
But they have been reduced to barren, 4ft stumps because squirrels were chomping off branches, which then fell in front of drivers. 

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