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Flowing 2,857 km from Germany's Black Forest to the Danube Delta and into the Black Sea, the Danube basin is home to a diverse system of natural habitats. Among these are Germany's Black Forest, the Alps and Carpathian Mountains, the Hungarian Puszta Plains, the Bulgarian Islands and the giant reed beds and marshes of the Danube Detla. The Danube River is home to more than 100 different species of fish, rare birds and mammals.

 

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The Black Forest

The Black Forest or Schwarzwald in is a wooded mountain range in Baden-W├╝rttemberg, southwestern Ger

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The Upper Danube

The Upper Danube starts at the river's source in the Black Forest in Germany and flows through Bavar

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