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A pair of kestrels have decided to make a landmark Scottish bridge which carries 80,000 vehicles a day their ideal home.

The inside of a steel girder on the Forth Road Bridge in Edinburgh has become the birds' choice to bring up a family.

Bridge workers discovered the couple while repairing steelwork underneath the carriageway and found a nest with six eggs tucked inside at the end of a girder.


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