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New Caledonia, the conservatory of an ancient flora
New Caledonia is the conservatory of a very ancient flora from the Gondwana supercontinent which included Australia, Antarctica, New Zealand and Caledonia. Following the continental drift and the separation of these lands - around 60 million years ago - only New Caledonia preserved the same climatic conditions, hence the survival of certain plant species which have become endemic and are widely represented in the Blue River Provincial Park of Grande-Terre.
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