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Timeline 2013 2009 2010 2011 2012 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c The National Park of Caldera of Taburiente is an area protected from Spain, located in the island of The Palm, Canaries.Caldera of Taburiente, of 7 km from maximum axis. Reaches 2.426 meters in the highest point, it is called Roque de los Muchachos, where is located the Observatory of the Roque de los Muchachos. SIZE AND
LANDSCAPE. SIZE:It has a surface of 46,9 km ².

LANSCAPE:The water constitutes one of the natural beauties of this National Park and of this volcanic landscape. Numerous sources appear, forming creeks and waterfalls like the Jump of the Desfondada that has a fall of approximately 150 m. FAUNA AND VISITORS. VIDEOS CLIMATE AND
THAT YOU CAN DO. CLIMATE:Is subtroplical climate.
ACTIBITIES: Hiking, ornithological routes, kayak , skin-diving. CALDERA DE TABURIENTE


FAUNA:The escolopendra, spider wolf, goats, rabbits, some wild cats and four species of bats like the bat rabudo, the raven or the blackbird, southern ranita, the tizón lizard. The species that predominate is the Canary pine, laurisilva, forests of lauráceas, acebiño, laurel, barbusano, viñátigo or the marmolán. Other frequent specie are the Canary willow.
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