The wildlife of Norway includes the diverse flora and fauna of Norway. The native plants and animals are adapted to the geography and climate of this country in northwestern Europe. The habitats include high mountains, tundras, rivers, lakes, wetlands, sea coast and some lower cultivated land in the south. Mainland Norway has a long coastline, protected by skerries and much dissected by fjords, and the mostly-icebound archipelago of Svalbard lies further north. The flora is very varied and a large range of (sea) mammals, birds (many migratory), fish and invertebrate species live here, as well as a few species of reptiles and amphibians.

Nestling gannets on Bleik birdisland - Nature Stock Photo Agency
Spermwhale spine during a dive - Nature Stock Photo Agency
Spermwhale blowing in the midnight sun - Nature Stock Photo Agency
Spermwhale fluke view - Nature Stock Photo Agency
Spermwhale fluke with ship in the background - Nature Stock Photo Agency
Puffin on the water - Nature Stock Photo Agency
Spermwhale fluking in Norway - Nature Stock Photo Agency
Spermwhale sleeping - Nature Stock Photo Agency
Spermwhale in the Norwegian sunset - Nature Stock Photo Agency
European otter from between the rocks - Nature Stock Photo Agency
Spermwhale diving - Nature Stock Photo Agency
Spermwhale diving in Andenes Norway - Nature Stock Photo Agency
Fullmar relaxing on the water - Nature Stock Photo Agency
Sperm whale during midsummer night - Nature Stock Photo Agency
Spermwhale fluke - Nature Stock Photo Agency
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