The Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines
With more than 5000 km of length, the French coasts are rich in varied biodiversity. Discover dozens of species from the most common to the most surprising, sometimes so difficult to observe in the natural environment, in a setting inspired by the Breton cliffs.
Some species to discover...
A kid's favourite, the octopus is a small animal that's fun and full of tricks. He may even stretch out a tentacle before your eyes!
On the lookout for a prey in the crevices of the rocks, moray eels arise, threatening. Don't panic, these impressive fish are not dangerous for humans but their bite is nevertheless formidable.
Rays are curious and sociable animals. Take the time to admire them and they will come and point the tip of their nose right in front of your eyes! Soft Skate, Curly Skate, Spotted Skate... Are inhabitants of the Atlantic Ocean.