Beavers Back In Britain 河狸归来
By, Laura Maxwell, Glasgow
Wild beavers are nocturnal and elusive, so telling if the females are pregnant can be tricky.
Now, after weeks of speculation, staff and volunteers in the Knapdale Forest in Argyll have been rewarded with the sight of not one, but two newborns.
The kits, which have been born to separate family groups, are thought to be around eight-weeks old, and are about the size of a large guinea pig.
They've been seen out with their families, learning how to forage.
Conservationists are hoping there'll be more new arrivals this year, so they can study how the reintroduced population establishes itself naturally in the wild.