Climates in Spain
* Oceanic Climate
On the Cantabrian coast and in Galicia, summers are cool and winters are mild. Rainfall is abundant all year round.
These areas have abundant flora, with many forests and meadows. Foxes, wolves, wild boar and deer are the most common fauna.
* Subtropical climate
In the Canary Islands, temperatures are mild all year. Rainfall is low and occurs mainly in winter. The flora includes dragon trees and tabaiba spurge.
The flora includes dragon trees and tabaiba spurge.
The fauna includes giant lizards and canaries.
On the Central Plateau, in the Ebro valley and
in part of Andalucia. The summers are hot and the winters are
cold. Rainfall is light.
In coastal areas.Temperatures are mild in winter and hot in summer.
Rainfall is irregular, with most rain in autumn.
Holm oaks, pines and shrubs grow in these climates. Lynx, partridges and rabbits are the most common fauna.
In the highest mountain areas, winters are very cold, but summers are mild. It rains and
snows a lot.
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