The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Europe’s museum of living fossils; Jessica Bateman; BBC

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Beneath its misty surface, southern Europe’s Lake Ohrid is the most densely biodiverse lake in the world. Now, fishermen are helping save its “living fossils” from extinction.

Source: Europe’s museum of living fossils

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