After having traveled 2,860 km through Europe, the old Danube divides itself into three arms – Chilia, Sulina, Sf. Gheorghe – affording, after such a long journey, the luxury of enjoying a splendid respite before blending its waters with those of the Black Sea. Here, in the Danube Delta, the world continuously renews itself: every second, every hour, brought by the untamed waters of the river, alluvial deposits give birth to the old continent’s youngest soil. Each day means a new encounter with numerous creatures which live together only on board this huge “Noah’s Ark”. Fish and butterflies, dragon flies, wild boars, snakes and wild dogs, muskrats and otters, foxes and hares, sheep, goats and donkeys, bees or turtles form the fabulous Delta landscape where the law of survival means hunger and prey.