Forest of Fontainebleau
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The forest of Fontainebleau ((フランス語:Forêt de Fontainebleau), or ''Forêt de Bière'', meaning "forest of heather") is a mixed deciduous forest lying sixty kilometres southeast of Paris, France. It is located primarily in the arrondissement of Fontainebleau in the southwestern part of the department of Seine-et-Marne. Most of it also lies in the canton of Fontainebleau, although parts of it extend into adjoining cantons, and even as far west as the town of Milly-la-Forêt in the neighboring department, Essonne. Several ''communes'' lie within the forest, notably the towns of Fontainebleau and Avon. The forest has an area of .
==Fauna and flora==
The most common trees in the forest are: oak (44%), Scots pine (40%), and European beech (10%). Three thousand species of mushrooms have been discovered. The forest is also home to approximately seven thousand animal species, five thousand of which are insects.
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