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Training among endangered species

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Training among endangered species

Most military areas, especially those used for training and testing, contain abundant wildlife. Biodiversity benefits from the diverse landscapes created by military training. The Grafenwoehr Training Area in Germany is a good example of being a unique haven for plants and animals.

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Language: English

Year of Production: 2012

Length: 07:04

Country: United States

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