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    Liwonde National Park: Malawi’s Best For Flora And Fauna

    Friday, December 4, 2009

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    Liwonde National Park: Malawi’s Best For Flora And Fauna
    Excellent environment and great wildlife and plant reserve makes Liwonde National Park favorite destination for the flora and fauna lovers, it’s the place where you can find the animals in their real physical condition without the interference of the humans. Stretched over 550 sq km and runs through savanna and mopane woodland on the floodplains of   river Shire and Lake Malombe in the south of the country, it’s a real delight for people who are fond of their mother nature. The park is long, thin and flat and has hills in the southern tip. Unlike other parks this one is extremely peaceful and uncommercialised. The park has seriously taken up the conservation programs and plans to transfer some females in the near future. One the best attribute of this national park is that animals can  [...]

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    Lake Malawi National Park

    Thursday, December 3, 2009

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    Lake Malawi National Park
    Lake Malawi National Park is the first freshwater national park in the world created in 1980. The National Park located on and around the Nankhumba Peninsula falls between 14°02'S and 34°53'E. Lake Malawi National Park has been awarded the status of a World Heritage Site in 1984. The crystal clear waters of the National Park are home to hundreds of species of endemic fish. These species of fish are crucial in the study of the evolutionary process. The National Park encompasses an area of 9,400 hectares, reaching the highest point at Nkunguni Mountain at 1,140 meters. It is managed by the Department of National Parks and Wildlife. The National Park falls on the southern shore of Lake Malawi, which is the third largest lake in Africa. The lake stretches an amazing 373 miles, forming  [...]

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