Nki National Park, UNESCO, Cameroon
The Nki National Park is located in southeastern Cameroon and has been described as “the last true wilderness” due to its remote location. Large parts of the forest still retain pristine natural beauty. The national park features a large and varied landscape with 265 bird species and a high population density of forest elephants.
Chimpanzees, bushbucks, Nile crocodiles, leopards, giant forest hogs and more are also found in the Nki National Park. The animals at the park are highly susceptible to poaching. Illegal logging activities have also decimated the population of the national park.
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