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Arazim Valley


The Arazim Valley is an open area with diverse habitats. It is therefore very rich in plant species, including rare species, protected species and endangered species. The site contains areas of Shrub-steppe, griga and grove, deciduous plantations and olive groves, planted forest, springs, streams (part of Nahal Soreq system), remains of ancient agriculture and cliffs. Due to the variety of habitats and the size of the site the area maintains a variety of animals such as Gazelle herd and a variety of other mammals, two species of amphibians ( green toad and a common cane), birds, insects and reptiles. The site is accessible for pedestrians and vehicles - parking is available

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