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Zemongo Faunal Reserve

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Area  10,100 kmĀ²
Established  1925
Zemongo Faunal Reserve
Location  Central African Republic
Address  Zemio, Central African Republic

Zemongo Faunal Reserve is a protected reserve of the Central African Republic. Established in 1925, it was extended and redesignated in 1975, although still open to hunting in 1980. The main rivers are the Vovado River and the Goangoa River, covering an area of 10,100 square kilometres (3,900 sq mi), of which 1,720 square kilometres (660 sq mi) is inundated forest.The reserve contains dense Isoberlinia savanna woodland and gallery forests and supports eastern chimpanzees and other primate species. The reserve formerly held a large elephant population and a diverse antelope community.

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Zemongo Faunal Reserve Wikipedia


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