Refuge

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Refuge is a place or state of safety. It may also refer to a more specific meaning:

Safety[edit]

Nature and biology[edit]

  • Wildlife refuge, a sanctuary or protected area for wildlife
  • Refuge (ecology), a place where an organism can escape from predation
  • Refugium (population biology), a location of an isolated or relict population of a previously more widespread species
  • Refuge crop, a non-genetically modified food crop planted alongside a genetically modified one to prevent or slow the development of predators resistant to its modified properties by purposely encouraging the mating of species across said crops

Art and entertainment[edit]

Film and television[edit]

Music[edit]

Print[edit]

Places[edit]

People[edit]

  • Proud Refuge (born 1995), Kenyan-American Christian hip hop artist, songwriter, record producer, and actor
  • Eustache de Refuge (1564–1617), Early Modern French courtier, statesman and author

Religion[edit]

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