True, the Kardashians would struggle to adapt, but says TFN’s Alex Webber, this “village within a village” is exactly the place to go to enjoy the wilds of Poland in their rawest form.
The colossal discovery, which includes 577 ancient burial barrows, 246 charcoal kiln sites, 54 tar plants, 19 complexes of ancient farmlands, 30 tranches, 51 semi-dugouts and 17 war cemeteries, and was made by archaeologists from the Institute of Archaeology of the Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw.
In 1939 it is thought that only 37 bison remained in the whole of Poland. Thanks to long-term conservation efforts, this number has grown closer to 1,900.
Buried in the depths of Białowieża, the magical world of Carska is not unlike waking up trapped in the pages of a novel by Tolstoy – and who doesn’t want that?
Researchers found that drugs derived from a mushroom killed cancer cells but left healthy cells intact.
After travelling around Asia, Tom Diserens decided to explore his Polish roots so moved to Warsaw where he started a master’s degree in environmental management at Warsaw University. It was during that time that the seed of his fascination with wolves was sown.
Scientists in Białystok have found cancer-eating mushrooms which they believe could help prevent colon cancer.
A new bison enclosure is being built in eastern Poland to showcase the animals.
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