PLYMOUTH, ENGLAND - MARCH 24: Buglife?s Conservation Officer, Andrew Whitehouse looks at a oil beetle as part of the first ever nationwide survey to map the location of the threatened and creatures ... more 
PLYMOUTH, ENGLAND - MARCH 24: Buglife?s Conservation Officer, Andrew Whitehouse looks at a oil beetle as part of the first ever nationwide survey to map the location of the threatened and creatures on March 24, 2011 in near Plymouth, England. Often found on the coast, and particularly in the south west of England, the number of oil beetle species found in the UK has halved in the last 100 years and the survey will help establish the whereabouts of the remaining four species and boost efforts to secure their future. The survey is being launched today by Buglife: The Invertebrate Trust and the National Trust in partnership with Natural England and Oxford University Museum of Natural History. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images) less 
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Thu, Mar 24, 2011 10:44 AM EDT