A forest fire that inspired "Winnie the Pooh" on Sunday evening broke out according to local fire and rescue services.
About 14 hectares of the Ashdown Forest in the south of the UK burned overnight, said the East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service.
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The Ashdown Forest is said to have inspired the Hundred acres of forest, the fictitious habitat of the stuffed teddy bear created by children writer AA Milne.
Milne, who had a home north of Ashdown, was inspired to write his children's books after watching his son Christopher Robin play with his toys in the woods.
The East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service said The fire was under control Monday morning, but the firefighters remained at the scene.
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Fire Department spokesman Andrew Gausden told the BBC that the fire had apparently not been triggered. He said it quickly spread through dry undergrowth.
"It's unusual to have a fire of this size at night, which seems to consolidate before people notice the fire," he told the foothills.
Ashdown Ranger Forest Guard Chris Sutton told the BBC that wildlife and insects would quickly populate the area.
"Everything is not lost – we will have grass within four weeks and you probably will not know that much has happened here in six months," Sutton said.
Two fires damaged the same forest in February.  The Associated Press contributed to this report.