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Bank vole (Clethrionomys glareolus) eating a nut. Native to Europe and Central Asia, the bank vole lives amongst woodland and grassland. It feeds on fruit, nuts and small insects, making nests underground or in and around trees. Bank voles grow to about 12 centimetres in length and live to an age of around 18 months.
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