DMZ: Sanctuary in no man’s land

The Demilitarization Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea had been uninhabited by humans for more than sixty years since the Korean war ceased in 1953.  But the no man’s land, ironically, has become paradise for almost 700 different wild life species, National Geographic reports.

Commentary: It’s amazing how God can turn an area into a different light- from a violent playground to  peaceful sanctuary for animals that are not hunted by humans. It is, therefore, possible that Philippines can turn back their depleting forest into its former glory by  leaving it alone!


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