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Beyond the battle scars and the fortifications from decades of conflict, South Korea still boasts areas of great wilderness with intriguing animals, some of which share extraordinary relationships with humankind.

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The notorious demilitarized zone of Korea exists on the boundary of two warring nations for nearly 70 years; however, amid the barbed wire fences and thousands of land mines, a unique natural wonderland coexists alongside the ashes of war.
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Korea is known as a modern, high-tech nation, but beyond the bustle of the cities exists a land of stunning natural beauty and remarkable wildlife including the beautiful goshawk, the bottleneck dolphin and the curious raccoon dog.

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