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This photo shows 12 endangered bonobo monkeys in a clearing at Salonga.Photo #11 by Terese Hart 18 different lakes in the Sahara desert, covering 155,200 acres (62,808 ha) make up the Lakes of Ounianga in North-Eastern Chad, Africa; it became a World Heritage Site in 2012.“The park provides habitat for some 120 species of mammals, 348 species of birds, 220 species of butterflies, 27 species of frogs, chameleons, geckos and many endangered species” like this gorilla.

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[36 Photos] Lion at Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.

It is one of many UNESCO World Heritage Sites for natural and outstanding universal value in Africa.

The park is also well known for its African elephant domestication program started in the 1960s, which managed to train tourist-rideable animals from the naturally wild beasts.” Photo #3 by Nuria Ortega The Great Rift Valley, Kenya, has three lakes: Lake Bogoria, Lake Nakuru and Lake Elementaita that make up Kenya Lake System in the Great Rift Valley.

The 399,040 acres (161,485 ha) contain a wide diversity of birds, including several threatened species, and was named a World Heritage Site in 2011.

The photographer added, “Situated on a volcanic hotspot on Africa’s Great Rift Valley, lonely Lake Bogoria is a caustic cauldron fringed by geysers and populated by over a million flamingos.

When we visited Bogoria we were the only people there!

UNESCO assigned the 2,260,000 acres (913,000 ha) of this park as a World Heritage Site in 1981. The government of Senegal estimates the park contains 20 species of amphibian, 60 species of fish, 38 species of reptile (of which four are tortoises). These included (as of 2005) an estimated 11000 buffalo, 6000 hippopotomii, 400 western giant eland, 50 elephants, 120 lions, 150 chimpanzees, 3000 waterbuck (kobus ellipsiprymnus), 2000 common duiker (Sylvicapra grimmia), an unknown number of red colobus (Colobus badius rufomitratus) and a few rare leopards and african wild dogs (Lycaon pictus), although this canid is thought to be wiped out throughout the rest of the country.

Around 330 species of birds have been sighted in the park.” Photo #6 by tercita Kilimanjaro National Park, with the highest mountain in Africa in the background.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has designated 129 World Heritage Sites in Africa, but these 36 are listed as Outstanding Universal Value for natural heritage.

As you might expect, there is a wide diversity of flora and fauna in each.

Photo #2 by Cai Tjeenk Willink Aerial shot of elephant herds roaming through Garamba National Park, which has a total of 1,200,000 acres (500,000 ha).

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