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Akagera Fact Sheet
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Akagera National Park is central Africa’s largest protected wetland and the last remaining refuge for savannah-adapted species in Rwanda.
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Bangweulu Fact Sheet
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Given the name Bangweulu, meaning “where the water meets the sky”.
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Chinko Fact Sheet
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There are very few places on earth quite like Chinko.
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Garamba Fact Sheet
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Garamba, one of Africa’s oldest national parks, sustains an exceptionally high level of biodiversity.
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Liuwa Plain Fact Sheet
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Liuwa Plain in western Zambia has one of the oldest conservation histories in Africa
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Liwonde Fact Sheet
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Fertile floodplains, dense woodlands and lagoons sustain over 400 species of birds, 500 elephants and an abundance of game.
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Majete Fact Sheet
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The story of Majete is one of severe decline, rebirth and remarkable triumph.
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Nkhotakota Fact Sheet
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In July and August 2016 and 2017, 500 elephants are being moved to Nkhotakota as part of an historic translocation project.
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Odzala-Kokoua National Park
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Situated in the second largest tropical rainforest in the world, harbouring at least 444 bird species and 22,000 western lowland gorillas.
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Zakouma Fact Sheet
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The elephant population has stabilised and begun to grown, due to improved management under African Parks.
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