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Only slow progress has been made in clearing the invader but the drone survey had revealed its true scale

Aerial drone image shows how hogweed is taking over the countryside

Taking over: This riverbank in north-east Scotland has been colonised by hundreds of giant hogweed plants

Aerial drone image shows how hogweed is taking over the countryside

Taking over: This riverbank in north-east Scotland has been colonised by hundreds of giant hogweed plants

Spreading: These images were taken with a drone, sent up by the Findhorn, Nairn and Lossie Fisheries Trust

Aerial drone image shows how hogweed is taking over the countryside

Spreading: These images were taken with a drone, sent up by the Findhorn, Nairn and Lossie Fisheries Trust

A drone was used to take the pictures after the mission was deemed too perilous for a human photographer

Aerial drone image shows how hogweed is taking over the countryside

This image was taken by a drone sent to document the spread of hogweed around the lower Findhorn River in north-east Scotland, by a Trust hoping to protect river users and plant species.

Dangerous: The Trust, which wants to protect river users and plant species, decided to document the spread

Aerial drone image shows how hogweed is taking over the countryside

This image was taken by a drone sent to document the spread of hogweed around the lower Findhorn River in north-east Scotland, by a Trust hoping to protect river users and plant species.

The Latin aphorism Illegitimi non Carborundum, jokingly means, don't let the bastards grind you down. This phrase originated during World War II and was adopted by US Army general Vinegar Joe Stillwell as his motto during the war. It was later further popularized in the US by 1964 presidential candidate Barry Goldwater. And for generations of Harvard students it is the first line of an unofficial school song, and the song of the Harvard Band.

Latin phrase, common among law students and attorneys, meaning, "Don't let the bastards grind you down.

Lochranza Castle on the Isle of Arran dates from 13th Century and it is believed Robert the Bruce landed there in 1306

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Lochranza Castle on the Isle of Arran dates from Century and it is believed Robert the Bruce landed there in 1306

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Miami Landscape Designer Raymond Jungles A landscape architect dreams up dense, thickly forested canopies that give way to modern high rise.

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