INTRODUCTION


First, we will you show the longitude and latitude of the city of Granada.
Secondly, we will show you several typical species from Granada, some which may
be unknown to you. We hope you enjoy and learn from this information.

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GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION

Corner
LONGITUDE
LATITUDE
NW
3º,10'
37,18
NE
3º,45'
37,18
SW
3º,10'
37,02
SE
3º,45'
37,02
LIVING BEINGS IDENTIFICATION

THE PORTUGUESE OAK ( QUERCUS FAGINEA )

This tree is the typical in the route of Granada. This tree lives in all soil types, both rich and poor in lime, holding up very well with strong contrasts in climate (continental), you can climb the mountains of the south to 1900 m which have similar conditions to that of the oak.
It is a medium sized tree up to 20 meters high. It is found in typical Mediterranean climate zones of North Africa and the Iberian Peninsula.
It blooms from April or May, usually before the common oak. Its acorns mature and spread around September or October.



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THE RED FOX ( VULPES VUPES )

It comes from North America, the red fox is native in boreal regions, introduced in temperate regions.
There are fossil records of red foxes in North America and one of Its subspecies Extending south of the Rocky Mountains.
Is a species of mammal of the Canidae family of Well Known and Holarctic distribution, Was Also Introduced Into Australia in the Nineteenth Century.
It is a quiet, very Cautious animal, Which hunts mostly at night. During the day hidden in the bushes or in burrows excavated in dry places and hidden, oftener Among rocks, grassy ravines and thickets-.


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THE " CIEMPIÉS " ( SCOLOPENDRA CINGULATA )

They live in damp and dark as in leaf litter, under rocks, inside fallen trees at an advanced stage of decomposition or under those same trees.
Long, thin and slightly flattened. Segmented body with two jointed legs on each segment. Head with two long, jointed antennae and two powerful poison fangs, used to poison their prey and devour them.


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Other species known in Granada are the hawk, lower the maple, the mantis, the European badger and white jara