Cows have been reintroduced to a beauty spot for the first time in 90 years.

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Pictured: Red Devon cattle at Studland Bay in Dorset.<br />
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Cows have been reintroduced to a beauty spot for the first time in 90 years in a bid to save its threatened sand dune habitats.<br />
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A herd of ten Red Devon grazing cattle are being used to trample down overgrown vegetation and boost biodiversity at Studland Bay, Dorset.<br />
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The roaming animals, which are wearing GPS smart collars, are being monitored daily by National Trust livestock managers and will graze on dense areas of shrub away from Britain's most popular naturist beach.