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National Trust steps in to rescue rare English lichen

Ancient lungwort translocated from fallen oak to nearby trees in trust’s largest-ever move

Just as an art gallery would protect its collection of fine and rare paintings, the National Trust is attempting to save one of England’s rarest lichens.

The lungwort, a survivor of the ancient wildwood that grew in Britain after the last ice age, has been painstakingly transferred from a fallen oak to nearby trees.

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