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Who inhabits noman’s land?


The lost terrain where no-one can live turns out to be a paradise for animals.

The lost terrain where no-one can live turns out to be a paradise for animals. A ’no man’s land’ generally refers to a stretch of terrain that falls under no clear jurisdiction and is often contested or claimed by different sides, who leave the area unoccupied owing to the mortal danger it can at times harbour, such as minefields. T

he term entered common usage during the First World War. At that time it referred to the stretch of land between the two opposing lines of trenches, the death zone separating the warring armies.

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