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Hello, I'm a student at one of the high schools in Warsaw. I'm a wildlife photographer and in my free time, I enjoy being outdoors with my camera. Ethical nature photography is of great importance to me. My favorite animal is the European bison.


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The European bison, the largest land animal in Europe, can weigh up to 900 kilograms in its biggest males. While they are generally very peaceful animals, when provoked, it’s better to keep your distance. They inhabit a mosaic of forests and meadows. The female typically gives birth to a single calf, with twins being exceptionally rare, as only a few cases have been documented. At the start of the 20th century, this species was on the verge of extinction, with only 54 individuals remaining, none of them in the wild. Out of these, only 12 were capable of breeding, and the entire present-day population descends from them. Today, the global count of European bison stands at 11,000, including a substantial 8,000 in their natural habitats. The largest population is situated within the Białowieża Primeval Forest, which spans the border between Poland and Belarus. Currently, European bison are often utilized in rewilding projects across countries like the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Romania, and even England, showcasing an exemplar of our capacity to protect nature.

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Moose are very special creatures. They are the largest representative of the deer family. This is the only large mammal that can live in swamps because they have very long and slender legs. In winter they feed on pine shoots and bark. Like other male deer they have antlers, not horns; in contrast, European bison and cows have horns. It is a species of the northern regions, with the majority of its population residing in Canada and Scandinavia.

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In this photo you can see the reflection in the water of an alder forest. I really like to use reflections in my photography. Alder forests thrive in environments with a consistent water supply throughout the year, which enables alder trees to flourish while inhibiting the growth of other tree species. There is simply too much water for them. Unfortunately, due to climate change some regions experience a complete lack of water for part of the year. This is worrying because it's an important place for keeping water in the forest.

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