Vegetation and Geography
The natural vegetation in Europe is a type of mixed forest. The growth conditions for vegetation are much favourable. In the north, the Gulf Stream and North Atlantic Drift warm the continent. The Southern Europe has a warm, but mild climate.
Fauna in Europe
As for the animals, in many parts of the European continent most of the large animals and predator species have been hunted down to extinction. The mammoth or more specifically known as the woolly mammoth was extinct before the end of the Neolithic period. Today wolves and bears are listed as endangered. They were once used to be found in most of the parts of Europe. Deforestation and hunting caused these animals to withdraw further and further.
Famous attractions in Europe
There are many amazing natural scenery in the entire European continent, some of the natural scenic of Europe are enlisted below:
- Cliffs of Moher Ireland
- Cairngorms National Park in Scotland United Kingdom
- The Verdon Gorge France
- Chamonix France
- Matterhorn The Swiss-Italian Border
- The Dolomites Italy
- Douro River Valley Portugal
- Cabo de Gata-Nνjar Natural Park Spain