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The Lower Zambezi-Mana Pools transfrontier conservation area between Zambia and Zimbabwe measures 17 745km2 and lies in the Zambezi Valley, which since the dawn of time has been used by wildlife as a thoroughfare between the escarpment and the Zambezi River. The two national parks lying opposite each other make for a massive wildlife sanctuary on both sides of the Zambezi River...
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Five Countries (Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Serbia andSlovenia) and their ministries responsible for environment and nature conservation signed a joint declaration to establish the Transboundary UNESCO Biosphere Reserve "Mura-Drava-Danube".

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World Heritage Places - Willandra Lakes Region

The Willandra Lakes Region is an extensive area that contains a system of ancient lakes formed over the last two million years, most of which are fringed by a crescent shaped dune or lunette. Aborigines lived on the shores of the lakes for at least 50,000 years, and the remains of a 40,000 year old female found in the dunes...
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