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The Deux-Caps Pictures
Flora and fauna
The animals... on land
The roe deer is the smallest of the Cervidae family in France. The male (with antlers on his head) is called "brocard" and the female "chevrette".
The tree frog is the only French amphibian capable of climbing trees. It has suction cups on its feet which it uses to grip any surface.
It's not rare to cross paths with the dashing silhouette of a hare running at full speed. In Spring the males box to conquer the females.
The Boulogne sheep graze once again on the Site des Deux-Caps. They help Eden 62 to preserve the biodiversity of the meadows.
In fact, the orvet is more a lizard than a snake. Also known as the "fragile orvet" because its tail breaks when you catch it.
All the farmers of the Site have exceptional know-how, and some of them sell their produce directly to the public.
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