Our Species

The Biosphere area is home to a third of a million people, who share this space with some fascinating wildlife such as:

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Plants of chalk downland

Communities such as Round Headed Rampion, Early Spider Orchid, Pyramidal Orchid

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Birds

In need of protection, including Peregrine Falcons, Kittiwake and Starlings

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Insects

Including the rare Wart-biter Cricket, Adonis Blue and Silver-spotted Skipper Butterflies

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Marine species

Such as Cuttlefish, Short-snouted Seahorse and Sea Squirt

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