Mashatu Nature Reserve
Botswana, National parks

The Mashatu nature reserve spreads over an area of about 30 thousand hectares, occupied by forests, including an "iron" tree, and river valleys in the northern part of Tuli Block, on the border with South Africa and Zimbabwe. It is named after the great Mashatu tree, found only in the Zambezi and Limpopo valleys. In Tuli Blok, huge stone formations rise on open plains, giving a fantastic view to the landscape. This land has a rich archaeological heritage, an interesting history. The reserve is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including lions, leopards, cheetahs, elephants, eland antelopes, giraffes, zebras, wildebeests, anteaters, earthwolves and other animals, as well as more than 350 species of birds. These lands are also the home of the largest elephant population.

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