Hmmm. Interesting. I came into first contact with .env files via vuejs. It seems there, that you have a .env file which acts like your ".env.example" and could have a .env.local which contains overrides.
But doing some research that seems an uncommon practice 🤔
Mostly there is one .env and it isn't committed.
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