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Combining biodiversity and human presence
The Salines natural site, on the Sainte-Anne peninsula at the southern tip of Martinique, borders the Littoral state forest. Its biodiversity is managed by the Office National des Forêts (National Forests Office), which defines guidelines for its ecological preservation and development. The structure aims to best combine the site's biodiversity and the human presence on its various beaches as well as on the Trace des Caps path that crosses it. The flora visible here is first made up of a plant cover of seagrass beds in the back of the beach, then a dense xerophilic forest of Acacias, Catalpas, and Mapous.
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