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Neidong Forest Park(Fern-observing)
Taiwan

There are 65 species of fern along a trail merely a few hundred meters in length. The common tree fern on the sunny side of the valley may make visitors feel as if they were in the Jurassic dinosaur era.

External link : http://www1.forest.gov.tw/RA_En_JP/0200002/RA_En-05.htm

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Aggiornato: 26/02/2012
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