Looks like we need to buy and download WinRAR to see this file,or is it just my computer being fussy
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In reply to Seaman:
Here you go, I hope this helps.
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In reply to Paul A:
Thanks Paul but sorry I cannot be much help,I feel as though I should know it but grain cell on strike.
Well, I'm no Chris Packham so this is just speculation. The colour and size looks a bit like Hedgehog poo although it's hard to judge from a photo. I've never seen quantities like this though all in one place. Usually you just find small amounts in various places across the lawn. It reminds me of the sort of communal latrine that Badgers use but I've no idea whether Hedgehogs do that.
Let's hope someone has got a better idea than me.
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In reply to TeeJay:
The only time I have noticed hedgehog faeces is in small quantities when they have marked their territory never seen it in quantities if that is what it is.
Because its long string like poo, I'm tempted to say earth worms.
Thought I'd better add earth incase someone one thought tape or other intestinal worm.
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