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This British farm became a biodiversity hotspot by letting the animals rule

This British farm became a biodiversity hotspot by letting the animals rule

During the spring and summer months, the birdsong on Knepp estate is a glorious cacophony of sound. Walking through the scrubland of this 3,500-acre estate in West Sussex in the south of England, it's hard to believe the tangled thickets and rugged pastures were once orderly arable fields.

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