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Israeli wall harms wildlife in Gaza

Israel’s separation wall on the border with the Gaza Strip is undermining wildlife biodiversity by preventing access of any wild animals.
Palestine wall

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip  — The wall that Israel built alongside its border with the Gaza Strip is not only affecting human life, but also the native biodiversity. 

The barrier is preventing wild animals, such as deer, foxes and wolves among others, from crossing into the besieged enclave. 

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