Animal People, Inc. posted an update 1 week ago
“Scientists estimate, in fact, that the 4km-wide sliver of land is home to more than 5,000 animal and plant species, including rare mammals such as the Amur goral, Asiatic black bear and musk deer. According to South Korea’s Ministry of Environment, 106 DMZ species are protected or endangered, and it is even said that Amur leopards and Siberian tigers – some of the rarest creatures on the planet – have been spotted in the zone.”
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