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Early spring

Looks like it is warmer everywhere.  

Your pictures: Spring comes early 
Spring will arrive earlier than ever this year, according to the UK's Woodland Trust. 
Its research shows that, last year, spring arrived four weeks earlier than in 1920. 
Frogspawn was found in Inverness-shire in January and bumblebees and ladybirds were seen in central Scotland in December. 
If you have your own images of early spring, we would like you to send them to us. 
Email your pictures and video to: yourpics@bbc.co.uk 
If you want to send a picture message from your mobile 

Bonnie, ETN Zone 7

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