Benoue National Park in Cameroon

Benoue National Park
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Benoue National Park covers 180 000 hectares, and features a wide frontage to the Benoue River. It has large numbers of buffalos, elephants, lions, water buck, warthogs, monkeys, crocodiles, and is well known for it's hippopotamus colonies. Guestbook Recent changes-updates Glossary - Encyclopedia Frequently asked questions Elephant Facts & Trivia Evolution Extinct:Proboscidea Species Anatomy Diseases People Care Footcare Training Breeding Database Location database Shiva Organizations Literature F Posters Website Webrings Contact Selected links News