Scandinavia and the World
 

Community made Fact Card:

Because humans have almost never gone there for 60 years, the Korean DMZ has become a refuge for several endangered species such as Siberian tigers and red crowned cranes.
      made by Dzubur


Comments:
 
sort by: direction:
3 years ago #9738770        
3
 
0
 

Yes! That is very true. A lot of Koreans wish for the DMZ to become a protected area if we ever unite


show replies

3 years ago #9684700        
1
 
0
 

Same at the old inner-german border a.k.a. 'Todesstreifen' ('Strip of death')
It's a pitty, that it seems it needs lethal dangers for humans for nature to flourish... :(

Owen

16
4 years ago #9627232        
1
 
0
 

At least some good has come of it.

4 years ago #9625736        
1
 
0
 

Same can be said of Chernobyl (and Yellowstone, I'm not sure).


show replies

Dzubur

23

2 years ago #9810326        
0
 
0
 

I guess they just need to avoid all the landmines.

2 years ago #9797812        
0
 
0
 

Wasn't this used as part of a plot device in the movie, lady's husband was studying bugs or something and was captured and accused of being a spy?

3 years ago #9783717        
0
 
0
 

Exact. and many ornithologists come by the DMZ to observe plenty of undisturbed birds living in the DMZ ^^

Tear

16
4 years ago #9675699        
0
 
0
 

Well, that's the one good thing that came of that.

Add comment: Please Sign in or create an accout to comment.



America wearing England's shirt