Full name of site: Quiçama National Park
Short description of site (also include multiple locations if applicable): Containing flatland, rivers, marsh, and woods, and forested savanna, home to many endangered animal (Such as giant sable, elephants, and the farthest south habitat of manatees). what makes this park unique is that it is a living laboratory of how animals adapt to transplanting. In 2001, operation noah's ark, transported thousands of animals from South Africa to to various parks in Angola, including this one: the largest such operation in the world.
b]Criteria (cultural, natural, mixed):[/b] IX, X
Outstanding universal value / comparative analysis: while there are many other African nature parks, this one is unique in that the majority of its animals have been transplanted into the environment. It also preserve the farthest south habitat of Manatees, something no other Park does.