30% of the country's area is covered by mixed forests, with deciduous forests predominating.

An excerpt from the article 45 facts about Switzerland

The fauna of Switzerland is typical of European mixed and mountain forests (roe deer, wild boars, deer, martens, squirrels, badgers). The Eurasian beaver was also introduced there.

There are 50.000 species of animals and plants in Switzerland, of which about 60 are considered endangered.