Corrections and clarifications

• An article about the theft of a giant rabbit, Darius, carried quotes from a pet detective, Robert Kenny, in his capacity as an expert, not because he had been commissioned to work on the case as a headline mistakenly stated (Owner calls in pet detective as record-breaking rabbit is stolen, 14 April, page 11, early editions).

• Near-homophone corner: “Some [earthworms] burrow vertically. Some borrow horizontally” (Country diary, 16 April, page 5, Journal).

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