Category: Canary Islands
Camels were brought to Lanzarote and Fuerteventura between the end of the 15th century and the beginning of the 16th century. The camels were later distributed in the rest of the Canary Islands. After other means of transport came about in the 20th century, the population of camels started to dwindle. To stop total extinction, camels already being part of the landscape since the 16th
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Thanks to its geographic location and subtropical climate, the center of La Gomera island preserves an extraordinary jungle site, featuring an abundance of protected species. The forest at Garajonay National Park presents visitors with an image of the earth as it was 60 million years ago.