Nature thrives in Cyprus’ ‘dead zone’

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Nature thrives in Cyprus’ ‘dead zone’
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More than five decades after the barriers were erected, the Green Line has become an unofficial open-air sanctuary – safe from human activity – for hundreds of species of plants and animals.

This rewilding, albeit unplanned by conservationists, is now literally a green line, an area of biodiversity and rich ecosystems.

An article posted this week on the online nature website natureworldnews.com highlighted the bitter irony of nature thriving in areas of the world frozen in time by human conflict. The article mentioned the demilitarised zone between...


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Nature thrives in Cyprus’ ‘dead zone’


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