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Watching by Judy Allen


by Judy Allen

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Scientist Lee calls together 6 young people to help him make a documentary about “alien” animals running wild in Britain. (Ones that may have been pets and then have grown too large foe their owners so they have let them go!) Each of the 6 tell the story of how they became interested in animals. But this is also a mystery story – what is killing the sheep of Tarn district- is it a monster from the lake? And will local farmers’ attempts to kill it result in one of the film makers getting hurt?p.87- 93 Jake’s story. Preface – J is 12 when he goes to China with his dad who is studying rare orchids. He is left behind in the camp
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Six wildlife enthusiasts are brought together on a film project about the settlement of foreign animals in Britain and find themselves looking for a mysterious predatory creature of local myth.

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