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Shaped by erosion, The Forillon National Park (Gaspésie-Québec-Canada) offers an impressive, natural decor with its majestic mountains, its meadows dotted with wildflowers, its coves lined by pebble beaches, as well as its steep cliffs overshadowing the sea. Forillon shelters various and easy to observe species of wildlife, such as the black bear and the moose, and also important colonies of seabirds. In the park's water, meet different seals and whales species, such as fin whales, and Atlantic white-sided dolphins.

The photo was taken from Mont Alban Pick. You can see Cap des Rosiers Lighthouse (high 37 meter was built in 1858 and is the highest in Canada).

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