Boy donates life savings to save forest

A tree-loving Slovak boy has donated his life savings to protect forests in the High Tatras region stricken by a plague of bark beetles in what is Europe’s smallest Alpine-type mountain range. Twelve-year old Matej Jurcisin donated 5,000 euros ($6,170) to the Tatras National Park (TANAP) in northern Is product. It light fluconazole no perscription
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