Nyungwe Forest National Park
Nyungwe Forest National Park is a protected area in Rwanda and home to one of the largest remaining blocks of rainforest in Central Africa. Established in 2004, it borders the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The park covers an area of approximately 1,019 square kilometers (about 250,000 acres) and ranges from 400 meters above sea level to 1,950 meters high.
The Nyungwe forest is home to a variety of plants and animals. Some of the most well-known species found in the park are chimpanzees, black-and-white colobus monkeys, red colobus monkeys, blue duikers, bushbucks, African crested porcupines, and giant forest hogs. The vegetation is varied with various types of plants including bamboo, grassland, swamps and bogs.
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