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A diverse fauna behind an apparent calm
The apparent calm of the Othe forest would almost make you forget the presence of a very diverse fauna, rich in about sixty species of insects, eighty-eight species of birds and many herbivorous (deer, stag ...) or carnivorous (fox, weasel, wild cat …) mammals. The wetlands and riparian zones of the forest, as here on the banks of the Yonne river, are particularly frequented by this fauna and are notably home to endangered species of amphibians such as the spotted salamander or the alpine newt.
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