The ash tree is likely to be wiped out in Europe, according to a review of the evidence.
The trees are being killed off by the fungal disease ash-dieback along with an invasive beetle called the emerald ash borer.
According to the research, published in the Journal of Ecology, the British countryside will never look the same again.
The paper says that the ash will most likely be “eliminated” in Europe.
This could mirror the way Dutch elm disease largely wiped out the elm in the 1980s.
Ash trees are a key part of the treescape of Britain. You don’t have to go to the countryside to see them. In and around towns and cities there are 2.2 million. In woodland, only the oak is more common.
For more information on this problem, head to the BBC News website.
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