Gorongosa National Park

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05 May 2013 08:00

After decades of civil war Gorongosa National Park is growing again thanks to an American millionaire that is donating part of his wealth to preserve the diversity of flora and fauna living on the reserve. Around and inside Gorongosa live around 250,000 persons that continue struggling to survive from a hard daily life after decades of civil war that came after independence from Portugal

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Gorongosa Plains
Gorongosa, Mozambique
By Luis Miguel Rodrigues
05 May 2013

Vast plains with a number of antelopes can be easily seen in Gorongosa National Park. Sometimes the quietness of the place can be broken by the presence of a lion family hunting elephants while drinking water at the lake.

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Gorongosa Antelopes
Gorongosa, Mozambique
By Luis Miguel Rodrigues
05 May 2013

One of the many varieties of Gorongosa antelopes run and jump in the wild and protected area

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Hippos in Gorongosa
Gorongosa, Mozambique
By Luis Miguel Rodrigues
05 May 2013

Hippos are one of the more active fauna in Gorongosa. After decades of civil war the park is growing again thanks to an American millionaire that is donating part of his wealth to the park.

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Fishing In Pungue River
Gorongosa, Mozambique
By Luis Miguel Rodrigues
05 May 2013

Pungue river borders south Gorongosa National Park and is the workplace of fishing communities that share the banks with animals and nature.

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Gorongosa Villagers
Gorongosa, Mozambique
By Luis Miguel Rodrigues
04 May 2013

Around and inside Gorongosa live around 250,000 persons that continue struggling to survive from a hard daily life after decades of civil war that came after independence from Portugal