British Wildlife 21.4 April 2010

Shetland Otters revisited

The Shetland Islands are a partially drowned range of hills rising above the flat continental shelf to the north of Scotland (Johnston 1999). They encompass more than 100 islands which include the most northern and isolated places in the British Isles, lying at about the same latitude as the southern part of Greenland. 

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