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Between Poland and Slovakia lies a wilderness virtually unique in Europe: the Tatra Mountains. One of the oldest forests in Europe grows on their slopes. It’s home to some formidable predators, long extinct elsewhere: bears, wolves and lynx. Untouched primeval woods full of game and nutritious plants offer an ideal habitat, especially for brown bears. Nowhere else in central Europe do so many of them live so close together as here. But what is it that makes this environment so attractive to them?