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  • 1. DMZBy: Soo Rin, Sally and Woo BinDMZ Best Nature InSouth Korea.Right now, DMZ is the bestnature place in South Koreabecause nobody can go inside theDMZ so they can’t damage anynature inside the no mans land.The reason is because nobodywent inside the DMZ, so nobodytouched, cut, or damaged anynature in there. It’s natural.Sally’s dad is someone who haswitnessed the beauty of the DMZ.Once, he was a platoon leader inthe army. He guarded the DMZ.Sally’s dad said, “In the DMZ,there are lots of animals, alsothere’s mountain, grass, trees andvalley. DMZ in South Korea andNorth Korea is 4km long.” DMZin South Korea is 2km. In DMZ, itwas really clean and there is freshair.”DMZ is the cleanest place in SouthKorea, but also, it’s the mostdangerous place in South Korea. Ifyou go deep inside the DMZ, thenNorth Korea solider will shootyou with a gun and you’ll die.Also, this is one of the reason whyDMZ is the best nature place inSouth Korea.You can help us by telling otherpeople about the nature in theDMZ because that’s the onlynatural place in South Korea, sothat other people won’t ruin theDMZ.You can contact Dr. Ke ChungKim. He knows a lot about theanimals and nature in the DMZ.And he also said that maybe, therecould be extinct animals in theDMZ. His email addressis:kck@psu.edu.

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