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Police probe I'm A Celebrity after Springwatch presenter report over non-native cockroaches in Wales

Added 11-25-20 05:36:03am EST - “Cockroaches, maggots, spiders and worms could wreck the habitat which surrounds Gwrych Castle in North Wales, the venue for this year's show.” - Dailymail.co.uk

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Dailymail.co.uk: “Police probe I'm A Celebrity over non-native cockroaches in Wales”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Police are investigating I'm a Celebrity after Springwatch presenter Iolo Williams complained about the release of non-native wildlife into the Welsh countryside, it has emerged.

Cockroaches, maggots, spiders and worms could wreck the habitat which surrounds Gwrych Castle in north Wales, the venue for this year's show.

The ITV programme is normally filmed in Australia where insects, reptiles and rodents are used to terrify the celebrity contestants in various challenges.

But this year, as a result of coronavirus travel restrictions, it was decided that the 250-acre estate in Wales should be used instead.

The Guardian revealed that rural crime officers are probing whether any non-native animals might have escaped during filming following a complaint from the TV presenter and naturalist Mr Williams.

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