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Turkey | Along Syrian border, mountain gazelles make comeback through community-engaged protection

KIRIKHAN, Turkey — Turkey’s southern border with Syria has become a place of hardship and misery, with tented camps for people displaced by a decade of war on the Syrian side and a concrete wall blocking entrance to Turkey for all but the most determined.


Yet amid the rocky outcrops in one small area on the Turkish side, life is abounding as an endangered species of wild gazelle is recovering its stocks and multiplying.


https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/17/world/europe/mountain-gazelles-turkey.html

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