Mana Pools National Park
Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe (excursion)

Mana Puls National Park is located in the lower reaches of the Zambezi River, in northern Zimbabwe. The main goal of this park is to protect wildlife. In 1984, UNESCO included the territory of the park and related reserves in the World Heritage List, and since then they strictly monitor that wildlife populations do not decrease. The total area of the park is 219,600 hectares - these are large areas of marshland, woodlands, tropical forests and dry savannah - a "paradise" for the local fauna. The fauna in the park is represented by a huge number of rare species: black rhinos, Nile crocodiles, African elephants, hippos, lions, leopards, cheetahs, hyena dogs, honey badger, warthogs, rodent pigs, burchell zebras, antelopes and many others. An interesting animal is that looks like a big badger - a honey badger. Scientists cannot solve the riddle of what happens in his body after a cobra bite. The thing is that after a bite he begins to convulse and seems to die, but after 30 to 40 minutes he comes back to life and continues his life. Rare species of red and black trees, as well as baobabs, grow in Mana Pools. A huge number of wildlife attracts researchers and scientists from around the world to Mana Puls. From May to October, car safaris are held in the park - at this time tourists come here to see all the beauties of the park and watch wild animals in their natural environment. Another favorite activity of tourists is fishing in local rivers and lakes.

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