Veľká Fatra National Park is a mountain range in the Western Carpathians in Slovakia. It is notable for its karst phenomena such as rocky walls, terraces, windows, caves and small canyon-like valleys. Amongst its rarer plant species are remnants of relic pine growths on limestone rocks, for example Androsace villosa. The occurrence of crowfoot is typical for the park’s flora communities in alpine meadows while fauna is represented by mountainous species, amongst which there are 110 species of bird nesting here and 60 mammal species, notably the Eurasian lynx, brown bear and gray wolf.
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