Botanical Garden of the University of Talca

The Botanical Garden of the University of Talca is a natural laboratory that recreates the plant diversity of the Maule Region, Chile and the World, preserves ex situ rare and threatened plants, supports teaching activity and university research, and creates spaces for education and recreation for the community. It has 10 hectares of extension where plant formations from Chile and the world coexist and about 60 species of animals. Through its botanical species it is possible to travel across five continents, including the Mixed Mesophytic Forest of North America, the Deciduous Forest of Central Europe and the Sclerophyllous Forest of the Australian region.

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