Rural animals are a hit on the internet

Rural animals create traffic

Country Life has noticed a growing trend in British wildlife causing heavy traffic-not by scampering, trotting or waddling across our highways and byways, but by becoming internet sensations. From live webcams to one-off clips, it seems the world is fascinated by our feathered and furry friends and their eccentric behaviour.

Here are a few of our favourites

24-hour bee-cam in Melton Mowbray

One Jack Russell versus 74 balloons

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