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001 national parks of spain 2nd part

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  • 1. Tablas de Daimiel National Park
    • Location: Ciudad Real (center of La Mancha).
    • The smallest of Spain’s national parks
    • A wetland in an arid part of Spain
    • The EU has designated it as a Special Protection Area for birds (below: Red-crested Pochard or el pato colorado)
  • 2. Tablas de Daimiel – Ciudad Real
  • 3. Tablas de Daimiel
  • 4. Tablas de Daimiel
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    • Garza imperial
    • Nutria
  • 7. Doñana National Park
    • Location: Huelva, Sevilla (Andalucía)
    • It has a varied geography: dunes, lagoons, marshes (marismas)
    • Fauna: Many aquatic birds and the Iberic Lynx (el lince ibérico), which is currently in danger of extinction.
  • 8. Doñana National Park
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  • 10. 11) Sierra Nevada National Park
    • Location: Granada, Almería; Andalucía
    • Has the highest peaks in the entire Iberian Peninsula
    • Also has a large variety of flora and fauna.
  • 11. Parque Nacional de Sierra Nevada
    • Posee las cumbres más elevadas de la Península Ibérica
    • Y una gran variedad de fauna y vegetación endémica.
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  • 13. Archipelago of Cabrera National Park
    • Location: Cabrera, Balearic Islands
    • The whole archipelago is a Spanish national park.
    • Cabrera is a cruising destination, and boats may anchor only in the island's natural harbor.
    • Many species survive on Cabrera that are rare around the Balearics, such as dolphins and sea snails.
  • 14. Parque Nacional de Cabrera, situado en las Islas Baleares.
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  • 17. Caldera de Taburiente National Park
    • Location: La Palma Island
    • An old crater with a perimeter of almost 30 km, where there is a rich variety of vegetation
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  • 20. Garajonay National Park
    • Location: La Gomera Island
    • One of the best preserved laurisilva forests , a humid subtropical forest that, during the Tertiary era, covered almost all of Europe.
  • 21. Laurisilva Forest
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  • 23. Teide National Park
    • Location: Tenerife island
    • It has the highest elevation in Spain.
    • It is the third largest volcano in the world.
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  • 25. 14) Timanfaya National Park
    • Location: Lanzarote
    • The parkland is made up entirely of volcanic soil
    • The greatest recorded eruptions occurred between 1730 and 1736. The volcanic activity continues.
    • There are geysers of steam, which are an attraction for tourists.
    • There is only one active volcano, Timanfaya, after which the park is named.
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