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Wildlife charity sees casualties treble in recent weeks

Fox cubs abandoned by their mother, who were hand reared by members of the East Sussex Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service in Hailsham Credit: Gareth Fuller/PA

A sussex wildlife charity says its seen the number of casualties its dealing with more than treble in recent weeks.

The Wildlife and Rescue Ambulance Service says fox clubs and ducklings are among the animals its had to treat. They say at this time of year animals are more at risk as they search for food and protect their newborns.