Content being validated
New Caledonia, a botanical 'Cretaceous Park'
The isolation of New Caledonia, its geological formation, its humid climate with low temperature variations, the abundance of its ultra-basic soils have contributed to the maintenance of the exceptional archaism of its vegetation. It remains very close to the Gondwanian vegetation of the time of the dinosaurs, making Grande-Terre the botanical 'Cretaceous Park' of the planet.
Read More
Related content

Médias en cours d’exploration