Sangha Trinational is a transboundary conservation zone of mostly forest landscape. It is centered along the Sangha river, a tributary to the Congo River.
The site is home to rare and endangered fauna species, including large ape populations such as the critically endangered Western Lowland Gorilla.
It is made up of three contiguous national parks:
- Lobéké National Park in Cameroon
- Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park in Congo
- Dzanga-Ndoki National Park in the Central African Republic.
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Full name: Sangha Trinational
2012 - InscribedReasons for inscription
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- Chimpanzee habitat
- Critically endangered fauna species Western Lowland Gorilla
- Crocodiles Nile crocodiles
- Elephants Forest elephants
- Endemic Bird Species Sangha Forest Robin
- Gorilla habitat Western Lowland Gorilla
- High-Biodiversity Wilderness Area Congo Basin
- Salt Flats Dzanga Bai is a sandy salt lick that measures 250 m (820 ft) by 500 m (wiki)
- Strepsirrhini southern needle-clawed bushbaby, Gabon bushbaby, dwarf bushbaby, potto, golden angwantibo
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