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Republic of Congo | Ogooué-Leketi NP designated, covering 3500 sq km of savanna/forest landscape

The Republic of Congo has officially created its fifth national park, lending protection to great apes, forest elephants and other threatened wildlife.


The new Ogooué-Leketi National Park spans 3,500 square kilometers (1,350 square miles), and borders Batéké Plateau National Park in neighboring Gabon. Together, the two national parks form a transboundary protected area covering more than 5,500 square kilometers (2,120 square miles).


https://news.mongabay.com/2018/11/republic-of-congo-names-new-national-park-home-to-gorillas-elephants/

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