The European beaver is to be reintroduced to Scotland for the first time in more than 400 years, the Scottish Government has announced.
Environment Minister Michael Russell has given the go-ahead for up to four beaver families to be released in Knapdale, Argyll, on a trial basis.
The beavers will be caught in Norway and released in spring 2009.
What animals do you think we should bring to the UK and where should we stick them?
Parrots in Portsmouth, Leopards in Leeds, Monkeys in Manchester.... the animal choice is yours.