HOW MANY INHABITANTS LIVE ON THE CONTINENT OF THE OAK?
1.5– 5 METRES
The oak is a complex microcosm. More than a thousand different species typically call a tree home, including many different types of butterfly and all kinds of beetle – few other species of tree provide so much shelter. The giants, which can grow to be 50 metres high, serve as both hiding place and sustenance for the entire population.