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Knowledge Workshop
Knowledge Workshop
Terns
Terns
La Maddalena roofs
La Maddalena roofs
Granite
Granite
The rock of the witch
The rock of the witch
Cala Gavetta
Cala Gavetta
Budelli, Porto della Madonna
Budelli, Porto della Madonna
The dunes on the beaches of Bassa Trinita
The dunes on the beaches of Bassa Trinita
Panorama
Panorama
Scoglio di Mortoriotto, the slopes of the relief
Scoglio di Mortoriotto, the slopes of the relief
Colony of false coral
Colony of false coral
Picchi di Coticcio, tafoni rocks have the more unusual shapes, like this extraordinary face
Picchi di Coticcio, tafoni rocks have the more unusual shapes, like this extraordinary face
Picchi di Coticcio, the shady walls are covered with colored encrusting sponges, among which the light yellow of the madrepore and the bushes of bryozoans stand out
Picchi di Coticcio, the shady walls are covered with colored encrusting sponges, among which the light yellow of the madrepore and the bushes of bryozoans stand out
Scoglio del Gotto, on the boulders lying on the bottom, the environment is characterized by colonies of gorgonians surrounded by sponges and bryozoans
Scoglio del Gotto, on the boulders lying on the bottom, the environment is characterized by colonies of gorgonians surrounded by sponges and bryozoans
Mullets and Peacock Wrasses
Mullets and Peacock Wrasses
Scoglio del Pilastrino, characteristic landscape of the site
Scoglio del Pilastrino, characteristic landscape of the site
Scoglio del Pilastrino, the shady areas where the current channels are covered by colonies of bryozoans (Pentapora fascialis), sponges, and yellow cluster anemones
Scoglio del Pilastrino, the shady areas where the current channels are covered by colonies of bryozoans (Pentapora fascialis), sponges, and yellow cluster anemones

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