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Sheep herd  near a partially flooded area with, in the foreground,  a resting Tornjak: a mountain sheep dog native to Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia. Livansko Polje -  karst plateau: he is arguably the largest karst field in the world. Ramsar site. May 2009. Bosnia-Herzegovina..Elio della Ferrera / Wild Wonders of Europe
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Sheep herd near a partially flooded area with, in the foreground, a resting Tornjak: a mountain sheep dog native to Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia. Livansko Polje - karst plateau: he is arguably the largest karst field in the world. Ramsar site. May 2009. Bosnia-Herzegovina..Elio della Ferrera / Wild Wonders of Europe