There are approximately 3000 different species of plants growing in Albania, many of which are used for medicinal purposes.

An excerpt from the article 25 facts about Albania

Over 353 bird species have been recorded there, including 11 globally endangered species. There are many species of birds of prey there, including eagles, hawks, falcons, and vultures.

Eagles are widespread throughout the country, with different species inhabiting different habitats. The largest bird of prey is the golden eagle. It occurs mainly in mountainous areas and cliffs.

One of the most famous wildlife species in Albania is the brown bear, which is one of the most valuable elements of biodiversity and also plays an important role in maintaining biodiversity. It occurs in a large part of the country (the second largest population in Europe).