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Dec 18, 2020· Dalmatian pelicans are the ambassadors of healthy and well-connected wetlands, which means measures focused on their conservation also benefit a wide range of other wildlife. As a stronghold of the species, the Danube Delta is a good focal point for rewilding efforts

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