So what shall we talk about today then? Germany's bulletproof bras? orgasm for women at the touch of the button?
Well methinks not (although I bet you've clicked on the links :D )
No we'll talk about the fact that there will be an estimated 150 Red Squirrels at Newborough Forest Anglesey this year. The squirrels were reintroduced in 2004 and this year there were 20 litters.
The red squirrel faced extinction from the island in 1997 when a community-based project led by Menter Môn set out to turn around the Squirrels fortunes.
The flagship project has removed (I presume they mean culled) more than 7,000 of the non-native grey squirrels, they reckon that today fewer than 50 greys remain on Anglesey.
I'm not a big fan of culls but on island like Anglesey I can see the logic. It is a small area and easier to keep the Greys back on the main land.