It is a unique ecosystem in the world, which only occurs in the south of the Iberian Peninsula. In it live endangered species such as the lynx or the imperial eagle and is linked to human activities such as raising Iberian pig, cork, fighting bull, organic farming, sheep and rural tourism. Each year an oak dies per hectare and in the Andévalo area (Huelva) 470,000 have been started in the last decade.

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