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Resting place with a view

submitted by Gozo College Middle School : Tania Debrincat  for Age Group: 15-18
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The Maltese Islands are well known for their spectacular 360 degrees view. Choosing a prime site where to get the most of such views seems to be a priority amongst many. The question is how sustainable is all this?



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Stubborn and Resilient

submitted by Gozo College Middle School : Panna Forro  for Age Group: 15-18
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A simple wild plant manages to grow from a crack in the plastering on the wall. Human actions were not enough to stop it. Victory over man and the elements. A sign to remind us that greenery is important and to stop pulling down old houses, building everywhere and covering everything with tarmac and concrete.



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Faithful and Patient

submitted by Gozo College Middle School : Panna Forro  for Age Group: 15-18
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So many people have dogs and take them for granted. Here he is waiting on guard ready to greet back his owner. Would a person want to stay there instead especially in the hot summer temperature which become very high inside vehicles? Imagine sitting alone for a long time in such a hot iron box…



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So near and yet so far

submitted by Gozo College Middle School : Millie Rose Baker  for Age Group: 15-18
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Hope it will last

submitted by Gozo College Middle School : Monica Teuma  for Age Group: 15-18
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Every local should have heard about the Maltese Everlasting (Sempreviva ta’ Għawdex, Lt. Helichrysum melitense), a rare endemic plant. Being legally protected, this plant cannot be picked up, uprooted or damaged.



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