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Drained by a dictator, Romanian wetlands return to the wild
by Sinisa Dragin and Radu-Sorin Marinas
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15 September 2016
On 15 September 2016 Reuters reported:
Birds and fish are slowly but surely returning to a part of Romania's picturesque Danube Delta that was drained by dictator Nicolae Ceausescu in the 1980s but has been returned by local communities to its natural wetland state. According to the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve Authority, the area -- a UNESCO heritage site -- is the third most bio-diverse in the world.
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