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Rare spider crawls back from dead
One of Britain's rarest spiders has been brought back from the brink of extinction by conservationists.
Numbers of the ladybird spider had shrunk to just 56 in 1994 but now there are about 1,000 in an area of managed heathland in Dorset.
'The success of the recovery programme shows what can be done and we are delighted at the hopeful signs that England's most elusive spider is on the road to recovery,' said Dr Helen Phillips, chief executive of Natural England