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The week in wildlife – in pictures

Undated National Trust handout photo of a Bee-eater adult catching dragonfly at Wydcombe, Isle of Wight, as the rare birds have had their best ever breeding attempt in the UK with eight chicks fledging from two nests, conservationists said. September 2, 2014. Two pairs of the brightly-coloured birds, which are normally found in the Mediterranean, have nested on the Isle of Wight this year. Three chicks fledged from one nest on National Trust land, in a small valley on the Wydcombe Estate…