By Jennifer Boothroyd
An interesting examine the ways in which animals engage with humans and crops.
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Lush gardens surround the center. The gardens symbolize the history and culture of the Kanak people. According to Kanak mythology, the world began with only the sky, the moon, and the sea. One day the moon dropped a tooth into the sea. The tooth turned into worms, lizards, and other animals, including people. One garden at the cultural center has a pond with a rock in it. The rock symbolizes the dropped tooth and the birth of the Kanak people. Another garden displays the plants that Kanak people traditionally used as medicines.
When people in the dome look down, they can see legislators at work below. These features allow German citizens to see their government in action. 41 Enemy armies occupied Berlin in 1945. Visitors to the Reichstag can read some of the graffiti that Russian soldiers wrote on the building’s walls. To preserve some of the building’s history, Foster kept the original layout, or floor plan. He also kept the original outer walls and pillars. Some of them have graffiti, or writing and drawings, from World War II.
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Animals and the Environment (First Step Nonfiction) by Jennifer Boothroyd