Rare plants and animals discovered at London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

An environmental report for Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford has found several rare plants and animals living at the site, including the streaked bombardier beetle, black redstart, sand martin and brown-banded carder bee.

by Dan Symonds
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - credit: London Legacy Development Corporation
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - credit: London Legacy Development Corporation

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