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Unique animals in Europe
European rice Inhabiting Switzerland, France, Italy, and the Czech Republic, the European lynx is a unique wild cat. The lynx has a short tail, brown fur with spots, so easy to spot in the snowy winter forest.
Puffin - you can spot these beautiful creatures best from mid-April near the coastal cliffs. For example, Scomer Island in West Wales is a wonderful destination for wildlife photography and Puffin. In addition, the coastline is another amazing place to admire the Atlantic seabirds. Puffins reach 30 cm in length and 20 cm in height. Moreover, with an orange beak and circles in your eyes, you will find it very easy to spot these beautiful seabirds on the rocks by the ocean. with 90% of the total global population in Europe, you can admire entire colonies off the coast of Europe for most of the year.
The saiga is a unique antelope, unfortunately endangered nowadays. The saiga is one of the 12 most unique animals you can see in Europe. With its unusual nose, this unique animal can easily adapt to cold and hot climates, as the shape of the nose serves this purpose. Therefore, the Saiga has no fixed home and can migrate up to 1000 km between summer and winter. in addition, it can travel tens of kilometers a day and is active mainly during the day. An interesting fact about the saiga is that in addition to plants and grass, it eats poisonous plants of other animals.
If you happen to walk through European forests and woods, you will most likely meet the unique Pine Marten. Pine Martens live in tree holes and are pretty good climbers, so be sure to look up if you want to spot this special creature. The pine martens are maroon-brown in color, with a light yellow bib around the neck. Therefore, even in the woods, it will be difficult to miss this charming animal on a tree branch, with that yellow bib.
The Umbria region is the other Italian Tuscany, with gentle mountains, fields of sunflowers and vineyards, medieval villages against the backdrop of the Apennines. In one of its valleys, that of Valnerina, near the town of Terni, is hidden one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Europe, whose waters end in the Nera River, falling from 165 meters and surrounded by lush vegetation. This place, which is part of the Nera River Park, is popular with lovers of rafting, kayaking and other active tourist activities.
Iceland is probably the place with the most spectacular waterfalls per square kilometer. And one of the first to be discovered leaving Reykjavik on the N1, which runs through the whole island, is this waterfall with an unspeakable name and 60 meters high, visible many kilometers before reaching it, thanks to the endless plain that opens in the foot of the mountain and rushes down. Another essential is Gulfos, composed of several levels that fall from an impressive incision.
Plitivice waterfalls, Croatia
The largest of the national parks in Croatia and the oldest, two hours from Zagreb and the Lika area, hides a big surprise among its spruce and beech forests: a set of 16 lakes with intense blue and green waters connected by one hundred waterfalls and flows. There are two routes to cross the lakes - on wooden paths and on a road that allows you to observe the lower lakes and reach the canyon that leads to the large waterfall on the Plitvice River, with its 78 meters high is the largest in Croatia.
In the natural park of Calares del Rio Mundo and Sima, between the Sierra de Alcaras and the Sierra del Segura, a spectacular natural phenomenon occurs several times a year. This is the "eruption" of the Mundo River at the source, a sudden explosion of water that cascades hundreds of meters and turns into colorful fountains and "horse tails". It can be reached from Riopar by walking on a stepped path for 15 minutes. In addition to contemplating the waterfall, the unique karst landscape of this protected area invites tourism.
The vast majority of Europe sees occasional temperatures steady with calm environments in different pieces of the world, however summers north of the Mediterranean Sea are cooler than most mild environments experience in summer. Among the urban communities with a populace more than 100,000 individuals in Europe, the coldest winters are generally found in Russia, with every day temperatures in winter averaging 0°C, while the mildest winters in the mainland are in southern Portugal, southern Spain, and in waterfront spaces of the islands of Sicily and Crete. On the Atlantic Ocean, the Azores, Madeira and Canary Islands in the European Macaronesia have by a wide margin the mildest winters of any spot in Europe.