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Liberia : Sapo National Park
Sapo National Park
Sapo National Park

More by user: esmith
Created: 30th Jul 2008
Modified: 30th Jul 2008
Location(s):
Liberia
Type:
Historical
Sapo is a lush 1809 square kilometers (689 square miles) of some of West Africas last remaining primary rainforest with elephants, pygmy hippos, chinpanzees, antelopes and other wildlife. Sapo is starting to rebuild infastructure of the park and enforcing the protection of wildlife whose populations suffered during years of fighting.
Contact Information
How_to_find:
car: 4WD from Monrovia to Greenville, then N to Juarzon, then SE to Jalay's Town
Email:
scnlib2001@yahoo.com

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Sapo is a lush 1809 square kilometers (689 square miles) of some of West Africas last remaining primary rainforest with elephants, pygmy hippos, chinpanzees, antelopes...

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Author: Are the oppositis behind this attack?
Thu Mar 17 09:13:14 2011

I wish to congratulate the Government of Liberia for given attention to the preservation of the Sapo National Park. Wildlife preservation in particular has always served as one of the major tourist draw cards in many countries.

As development continues to consume available land, it is very important that wildlife preserves don’t simply act as tourist attractions, but offers visitors a personalized and rewarding wildlife experience that gives them a chance to appreciate our heritage. It also serves as important tools that help incorporate habitat preservation that widens the knowledge of current and future researchers.

Challenges I believed that… [Read Full Text]

Author: adri_prev
Sat Aug 18 21:36:40 2012

hi i am currently reasearching the Sapo Rainforest and wondereing if you could tell me how australia can preserve this national park

Author: adri_prev
Sat Aug 18 21:36:22 2012

hi i am currently reasearching the Sapo Rainforest and wondereing if you could tell me how australia can preserve this national park


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