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Top 10 Creatures Living In Your Garden

We love our home and garden. Here is a list of the Top 10 Creatures living in your pride and joy.

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The Infamous Slug

The Infamous Slug

The nemesis of many a green fingered gardener. Who'd have thought such a slow and defenceless creature could cause such carnage among our leaves and lettuces?

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Spider

Spider

The equally divisive spider is a common attraction to our gardens and can be seen weaving spectacular webs between our plants. Great for cleaning up on the flies in the area, they actually do our gardens a very important service.

8

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrels divide opinion and many see them as glorified rats, but they have a steely attitude that is hard not to admire.

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Woodlice

Woodlice

Woodlice can often be seen under logs, pots and ornaments. A favourite of the prying fingers of children, these hardy little invertebrates are one of the few that don't send us into states of utter panic.

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Woodpecker

Woodpecker

Woodpeckers can sometimes visit our gardens and create a commotion, but an equally fascinating glimpse into one of the world's most famous birds.

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Worm

Worm

The humble worm frequents nearly every garden in our land and this list simply wouldn't be the same without them.

4

Hedgehog

Hedgehog

The reclusive hedgehog is always a cute sight when it's spotted. Some people even try to make them little cosy homes nestled in the undergrowth. Shy and retiring, they really are a special addition to the garden.

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Frog

Frog

The frog is high on the list and deservedly so. Shy, but always willing to share in pond water and sometimes returning day after day, you can learn to love the little amphibians.

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Fox

Fox

A fox is not often a happy sight - especially if you own chickens - but you can't deny they have a certain coolness and charisma that makes them hit the top 10.

Badgers

The holy grail of the garden creatures is the elegant badger, possibly the most respected of our country's garden animals. Catching sight of one at night is a rare delight indeed.