Sunday, July 19, 2015

Jerusalem Park Aims to Host Wildlife, Coexistence

Israeli environmentalists say an unconventional nature park they recently opened in Jerusalem can be a model for how to sustain wildlife in urban settings - while also helping the human animals nearby. Surrounded by highways and residential neighborhoods, a small flock of endangered mountain gazelles roams a large grassy field lined with trees and a series of artificial ponds. The gazelles, an animal dear to many Israelis' hearts, share the habitat with turtles, toads, chameleons and...

via Arts & Entertainment - Voice of America

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