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**ALL ROUND PICTURES FROM SOLARPIX.COM**                                             **NO UK NEWSPAPER PUBLICATION**.**UK MAGAZINE & SUPPLEMENT PUBLICATION ONLY** AND NO PUBLICATION IN AUSTRALIA, BELGIUM, FRANCE, GERMANY, ITALY, SCANDINAVIA AND USA**                                                                                  Some of the rarest mammals living in the wild have spent the summer nesting in a train ticket machine on the platform of Little Kimble station in Aylesbury, Bucks. Les Stocker, founder of St Tiggywinkles wildlife hospital, was called to the station after Chiltern Railways customer service manager Mark Cooper was met by four pairs of eyes when he opened the train ticket machine after it stopped working.  Mark Cooper, Customer Service Manager said: "The permit to travel machine was not working and when we opened the machine up to find out what the problem was we found a group of Glis Glis and contacted St Tiggywinkles. We were glad to see the animals taking such an interest in the Chiltern Railways services from Little Kimble."  British law does not allow the release of Edible Dormice back into the wild, even though the Chilterns have been home to wild Glis Glis for well over a hundred years so they  have now joined Tiggywinkles ever increasing family. Bucks, UK. 6 October 2010.                                                                             This pic: Glis Glis                                                                                            JOB REF: 12253 SFE       DATE:  06_10_2010                                                          **MUST CREDIT SOLARPIX.COM OR DOUBLE FEE WILL BE CHARGED**                                                                      **MUST AGREE FEE BEFORE ONLINE USAGE**                               **CALL US ON: +34 952 811 768 or LOW RATE FROM UK 0844 617 7637**