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Voyager à Sapa au Vietnam, découvrez des us et coutumes des minorités ethniques
Delta du Mekong en bateau
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Dig deeper the culture of Vietnamese with more day in Hanoi and an cruise excursion on Halong Bay. Vietnam Holidays Package is a perfect choice for your coming holidays in the north of Vietnam.

Pine Log State Forest

Pine Log State Forest
The Pine Log State Forest is in the U.S. state of Florida. The 6,911-acre (28 km2) forest is located in the panhandle, near Ebro. It was established in 1936 and is Florida's oldest state forest.
Pine Log State Forest is home to a diverse mixture of animal and plant species. Those animals and plants currently listed as or endangered, threatened or species of special concern which have been sighted on the forest include: flatwoods salamander, Eastern indigo snake, gopher tortoise, southern milkweed, southern red lily, white-top pitcher-plant and Chapman's crownbeard.

There are various natural communities found on the forest. They include sandhills, flatwoods, cypress ponds and titi swamps. Pine Log State Forest has 3 named streams (Pine Log Creek, Little Crooked Creek and Ditch Branch) as well as several small lakes and ponds.