Shared November 4, 2019
"Build some models" seems obvious: but this is a story of ingenuity, of using natural resources well, and of a country that humans dragged from the sea.
More about Waterloopbos:
in English: https://www.holland.com/global/touris...
in Dutch: https://www.natuurmonumenten.nl/natuu...
Thanks to Dr Van Rijn and all the team at Waterloopbos, and to Lennert and Sander who both suggested this!
Edited by Michelle Martin (@mrsmmartin)
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