A family of otters has set up home on the banks of the River Allen at Staward Gorge, near Bardon Mill, in Northumberland.
The National Trust is keeping a close watch on them and says it shows just how good the environment is for wildlife in the area.
Chris Johnson, National Trust ranger:
The National Trust has managed to capture the otter family on otter-cam!
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A seven-week old white and brown King Charles Cavalier puppy was stolen during a burglary in Newcastle this weekend.
It happened at an address in Strathmore Crescent on Sunday, January 18.
The burglars broke in and also stole a playstation and DVDs.
Newcastle West Neighbourhood Inspector Alan Davison said:
Clearly the owner is distressed and desperate for the puppy to be returned and I would ask anyone who has any information about this burglary to contact us."
Northumbria Police are asking any one with information to contact 101.
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Three critically endangered tiger cubs, born in North Yorkshire, are a crucial part of the world-wide conservation effort.Read the full story ›
Very young puppies are being ferried across international boarders without proper vaccinations or checks, a charity has revealed.Read the full story ›
A container carrying more than 200 pigs has overturned after a collision involving a bread lorry in North Yorkshire.Read the full story ›
A rescued greyhound has won an award for bravery in Co Durham after saving the lives of his owner and her three children from a house fire.Read the full story ›
These autumn babies were born too late in the year to have time to fatten up before the big winter sleep.Read the full story ›
Police have charged 38-year-old Sarah Jayne Knutson from Romney Avenue in Columbia, Washington with being in charge of a dog dangerously out of control.
The charges come after an incident where a jogger was bitten by two Staffordshire Bull Terriers on October 11th.
She will appear at Sunderland Magistrates Court on November 14.