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Djangul 1

Урочище Джангуль, расположенное в уникальном и интереснейшем уголке степного Крыма, в одноименном Джангульском оползневом побережье. Один из известных путей к нему лежит по Прибойновской балке. За балкой с берега моря открывается завораживающее дикой красотой побережье. Затем крутая тропинка идет вниз, то поднимаясь, то опускаясь над берегом. Оползни на Джангуле происходили и происходят в наше время. Так, в 1933 г. у Терновой балки сползла известняковая глыба длиной около 500, шириной 200 и толщиной 36 м. Благодаря приморскому положению, защищенности от холодных ветров в балках сохранилась прежняя своеобразная растительность Тарханкута. На оползневых террасах видны куртины полыни, кустики чабреца, лужайки ковыля и типчака. В узких проходах между глыбами часты заросли шиповника, жасмина, ежевики, в одиночку или группами растут спаржа, василистник, дикая груша, просвирняк, вайда, ажурный папоротник.

Разнообразен и животный мир Джангуля. Особенно богат мир пернатых. Среди камней, в нишах и расселинах скал гнездятся бакланы, пеганки, скворцы, куропатки, мухоловки, славки и другие птицы.

Copyright: Андрей Гугнинский
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13008x6504
Taken: 25/08/2012
Uploaded: 13/09/2012
Updated: 02/04/2015


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