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Wow :woot: !!! What beautiful Pings in its natural state. The flowers of these plants is magnificent, with very vivid colors.

Glad to know that there are still wild wolves in France because he had information that they were extinct.

Best regards,

Rodrigo

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Hi Aymeric,

thank you for sharing these pics of this nice species even if I was not able to join you to any of your trips.

It's interesting how variable the flowers are.

Cheers

Markus

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Thank you everyone.

Glad to know that there are still wild wolves in France because he had information that they were extinct.

Wolves have begun to colonize France again twenty year ago. There are now 250 to 300 wolves, mostly in south-eastern France and a few in central and south-western France.

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Hi Aymeric, thanks for sharing these great photos. It's interesting to see what we call "Snake's Head" Fritillary and the Pulsatilla growing in the wild as we have cultivated versions of these in our garden, even better and unexpected were the wolf and vulture photos. Thanks.

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Very nice. About the wolves in Europe, they are making there comeback in Europe it seems. In France but also in Germany the number of wolves grows every year a bit. They have even spotted a wolf close to the Dutch border recently. Hoppefully they will be back here soon after centuries of hunting them down by man. Well now they are fortunately protected here in Europe.

Alexander

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