Tai National Park (World Heritage)

Tai National Park (World Heritage)

The approximately 3300 km² national park in the south-west of the  Ivory Coast is one of the last large rainforest areas in West Africa according to findjobdescriptions. It is home to around 150 endemic plant species and numerous mammal species including monkeys, chimpanzees, giant pangolin, bush pigs, Jentink and yellow-bridged ducks, pygmy hippopotamus, African buffalo and forest elephants. Tai National Park: Facts Official title: Taï National Park Natural monument originally…

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