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Between Berlin and the Baltic Sea lies one of Germany’s most biodiverse regions: a labyrinth of lakes, forests, hills and valleys, many of them still under explored. The area is home to large birds of prey: the white-tailed eagle and its much rarer cousin, the lesser spotted eagle, and the osprey. The crystal clear waters of the region’s lakes are teeming with life: pike stalk their prey, ‘corals of the north’ flourish, otters hunt for food, and European pond turtles build their nests on the shore. Northern Germany’s secret wilderness is a prime example of successful conservation.