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The Tulips of Crete and Chios
Yannis Spantidakis, agronomist, garden-technician
Gypaetus barbatus: The hermit of the high Cretan mountains
Michalis Probonas, University of Crete – Natural History Museum of Crete

Gypaetus barbatus is nowadays considered the rarest species of predatory bird in our country and generally in the Balkans, as its population can only be detected in Crete and does not count more than 6 reproductive pairs. It is also one of the rarest predatory birds in Europe.

An important biotope in Rhodes. The Butterfly valley.
Mika Michalaki, architect

In Rhodes there is located a special and quite rare biotope, the Butterfly Valley. It consists of a unique ecosystem and an extremely beautiful landscape with paths, luxuriant vegetation, wooden bridges, small waterfalls, lakes and thousands of colorful butterflies. Its area reaches about 60 hectares. It is inscribed in the Natura 2000 network and it is distinguished for its unique flora and fauna.

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