How deer remember the cold war.

Position::EUROPE - Red deer - Brief article

The Berlin Wall came down 20 years ago last November, and the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991. But the red deer riving in woods where an electric fence, barbed wire, and guards with machine guns once marked the border between West Germany and Czechoslovakia don't seem to understand that the Cold War is over: They still refuse to cross the border, according to The Wall Street Journal, even though the deer alive today have no memory of the fence and the no-man's-land that surrounded it. There's now a vast wildlife preserve around the footpath where the fence stood, and the deer are free to roam between Germany and the Czech Republic. But in the seven...

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