Djebel Chambi boasts the highest mountain in Tunisia and is part of the Mont de Tebessa forest massif. The landscape mosaic brings together mixed forests and mixed steppic woodlands made up of holm oak, Aleppo pine, holm oak, juniper, whitebeam, Rosemary, rock cherry and feather grass. The biosphere is a safe haven for the Cuvier's gazelle, Barbary sheep, Docras gazelle, addax, Rüppell's and red foxes, cape hares and golden jackal. It is a refuge for the Peregrine falcon, short-toed snake eagle, Egyptian vulture, golden eagle hiding in the Mountain cliffs, Eurasian sparrow hawk, Barbary partridge, rock dove, Eurasian hoopoe, turtledove and red crossbill. The biosphere preserves a Roman ancient theatre and oil presses, among other monuments and old houses. The eco-museum is the place to be for nature lovers where they can discover plants and animals found in the biosphere.