This park on the Tuscan Coast is populated by a large variety of animals: over 200 species of birds, a vast amount of deer and wild boars, wild hare, dormouse, red fox (which can be seen even during daytime) and squirrels. The park also has many amphibians and reptiles. Among the fish, many pikes, tenches, eels and mullets.
Special mention for the American Red crayfish, aka killer crayfish. From the insect world, there are colonies of beetles, spiders and butterflies. The park can be visited on foot and by bus and different types of visits are available.
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