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Top 20 wildlife native to Scotland

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Animals, birds and insects found in Scotland

Rated 13 points - posted 5 years ago by kris in category World.
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Red Squirrel Report Abuse
104 points - added 5 years ago by kris - 2 comments
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red squirrels are rare so i hate gray ones but these ones are cute
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Very cute
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Scottish Wildcat Report Abuse
Very rare, elusive creature
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Golden Eagle Report Abuse
65 points - added 5 years ago by kris - 2 comments
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i didnt know that the golden eagle is native to scotland
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baby golden eagles are so cute
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Otter Report Abuse
I still can’t watch ‘Tarka’ without blubbing!
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Highland Cow Report Abuse
A real Scottish icon and the ‘face’ of Highland Toffees
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Peregrine Falcon Report Abuse
40 points - added 5 years ago by kris - 1 comment
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FASTEST BIRD EVER!!!!!
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Badger Report Abuse
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The wild hairy haggis! Report Abuse
28 points - added 5 years ago by kris - 1 comment
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LOL!!! thats so funny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Water Vole Report Abuse
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Basking Shark Report Abuse
24 points - added 5 years ago by kris - 5 comments
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basking sharks are not man eaters people they are found in the north of Scotland and eat little fish they do not have sharp teeth they have gills and do what whales do and keep there mouth open all day to catch filters
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basking sharks are harmless so they won't try to get you OK because everyone is afraid!!!!!!!!!!
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Basking sharks do NOT eat humans. They filter feed.
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Why! Why, why why!? i love the beach but now, now! arrrrggg y'd u tell me about this STUPID shark! its a thret to humin kind, aaannnddd its... GIANT! By: Lucie, Ellie and Laura x Lucie: 10 Ellie: 9 (her b-day 2day! :D) Laura:9 xxx
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Why! I thought scotland was a nice place to live, but now when i go to the sea side i wont go in the water because im scared that i mght get eaten!
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Seals Report Abuse
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Scottish Red Deer Report Abuse
Famously depicted by ‘Monarch of the Glen’
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Narrow-headed Ant Report Abuse
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Capercaille Report Abuse
Famed for its unusual mating dance, the name means ‘horse of the woods’
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Osprey Report Abuse
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Salmon Report Abuse
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Pine Marten Report Abuse
7 points - added 5 years ago by kris - 1 comment
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cuter than cats
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Grouse Report Abuse
Known worldwide as the ‘face’ of Famous Grouse Whisky
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Heather Report Abuse
A plant native to Scotland, said to mean ‘solitude’, something all of Scotland’s native creatures crave!
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Chequered Skipper Butterfly Report Abuse
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A rare Lucie monster! Report Abuse
This monster is... MEEE
-7 points - added 3 years ago by binky09 - 2 comments
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oh can people PLEASE stop commenting like that it scares me
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Hi i'm Kayla, im 12 years old, i have one eye no nose and half an ear, if your reading this message post it on five other sites, if you don't i will come into your house and stab you right in the heart! After you have posted it press add a coment and post the five sites you posted it on. See you in hell...
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