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Nature experts in Bermuda have urged people to stop prising rocks from the ground to make artfully arranged piles as it’s disturbing the habitat of a critically endangered lizard. Conservationists say rock stacking – also called rock or stone balancing – is an increasing problem in the Spittal Pond Nature Reserve. It’s one of the last remaining homes of the rare Bermuda skink which lives among the rocks. The reserve is a “crucial habitat for its future on the island”, according to Andrew Dobson, president of the Bermuda Audubon Society.

Read the complete story Bermuda walkers told to stop stacking rocks – BBC News


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