This video examines the effect of human occupation with its resident inhabitants in the Holy Land's deserts.
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More than seventy percent of the Holy Land is desert, but it is not a lifeless desert. Leopards hunt wild ibexes among the cliffs above the Dead Sea Valley, and hyraxes and songbirds gather to drink at a precious oasis. This video examines the effect of human occupation with its resident inhabitants, which seems to be balanced by a complex and rugged ecosystem. Changes have come as the Dead Sea shore is now a holiday resort for young Israelis and tourists seeking relaxation in this desert environment.
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