Taï National Park
Taï National Park contains one of the last areas of primary tropical forest in West Africa.
The vegetation is mainly characterized by tall trees with massive trunks. A large number of epiphytes and lianas can be found. The humid forest is home to a breadth of flora and fauna: it holds about 150 endemic flora species, 250 bird species and endangered mammal species such as the pygmy hippotamus, bongo, chimpanzee, pangolin (three species) and forest elephant.
Community Perspective: this site so far has been unreviewed.
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