Portugal - Flora and fauna

Three types of vegetation can be distinguished in Portugal: the green forests of eucalyptus, pine, and chestnut in the north; the open dry grasslands, interrupted by stands of cork and other types of evergreen oak, in the central areas; and the dry, almost steppelike grasslands and evergreen brush in the south. Few wild animals remain in Portugal. The coastal waters abound with fish, sardines and tuna being among the most common species.

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Aug 21, 2012 @ 5:05 am
OMG!! Thank you! I went to about three different websites before this one and..finally I got what I wanted! Some websites think flora and fauna are rivers!! :)

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