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Old 09-09-2012, 05:40 AM
 
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The DMZ became an unintended sanctuary for many species.
Rather ironic (but typical) that the possibility of peace between humans brings with it danger for wildlife.
Wildlife always seems to seek ways to continue, but humanity always seems to seek ways to dominate.

Such a delicate situation, but it looks like people who care about the animals are trying to figure out ways to first take care of the humans, in the hope that the animals will then have more of a chance of survival.

...one goal is to “show [North Koreans] that helping the cranes is not a further burden on the people, but, rather, can raise their living standard and raise a lot of sympathy….
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