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Çığlıkara Nature Reserve

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Çığlıkara Nature Reserve is in the district of Elmalı, west of Antalya. It lies between the villages of Kızılağaç, Zümrütova and Tekkeli.
The area is the perfect natural habitat of the cedar tree (Cedrus libani) and many types of juniper (Juniperus foitidissima, J. excelsa, J. oxycedrus, J. communis), poplar (Populus tremula) and silver birch, with a total of 32 species of trees growing in 11 hectares.
The park covers nearly 16,000 hectares, with 400 species of plant including 116 in the region between 1050 - 2200m altitude. Wild boars, hyenas, jackals, badgers, martens, foxes squirrels, moles and a small number of bears and lynxes also inhabit the area, plus a variety of birds and reptiles.

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