This part of the coast is often lashed by waves yet the newts
come and lay their eggs MUM JANET
Bosses called in an entomologist who identified the refugee as a common smooth newt
We have one or two newts
in a bucket in case people don't believe us.
The 17th and 18th regenerated lenses of each animal were virtually identical to intact lenses removed from full-grown newts
, which had never undergone lens regeneration.
Despite the overwhelming vote to protect the newt
, conservationists were generally irate over the Doha meeting, which they were calling No-ha because very little other than the newt
Now the newts
will be able to breed much better - Rachel Jackson at the Pinchinthorpe site where reeds are being cleared to help little creatures like this
In other words, it is a good deal fussier about where it lives than the other two British species of newt
A Travelodge spokeswoman said: "We recognise the importance of preserving the local ecology in Lowestoft and are happy to be working with the Wildlife Trust to ensure the safe removal of newts
from our site.
Technical director Andy Davies said: "Because great-crested newts
are protected by European law, we have to provide them with a new purpose built habitat and that can take up to 18 months to develop.
You can go out to these streams and (find) a pool where there's 70 crayfish,'' Riley said, and a dearth of native California coastal range newt
and the Pacific tree frog.
To test that theory, he and Tang videotaped living newts
walking through a tank with running water.
Group co-founder Martin Longman said: "The newt
project is creating a valuable wildlife corridor not only for the newts
but for the rest of the wildlife in the area.