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Nature, it seems, has a remarkable ability to heal itself – but in bouncing back from heavy human intervention, sometimes it needs support. Rewilding landscapes in Europe often involves reintroducing keystone species that humans drove extinct decades or centuries ago. Chiara Reid was in the Netherlands, where two new yet old inhabitants are at work reshaping the landscape.