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The impenetrable Forêt of Bwindi is located at the south-west of the Uganda in East Africa. A national park is on the territory of the forest, located along the border with the Democratic republic of Congo, near the National park of Virunga, in edge of the Rift Valley. The park has a surface of 331 km ² primarily made up of Jungle of mountain and plain. The park is primarily known to shelter 300 gorillas of mountain, that is to say half of the population of this threatened Espèce.
The park from now on is registered on the Liste of the world heritage of UNESCO.
The area of the surroundings of Buhoma is ideal for the observation of the Primate S and of the Oiseau X, that is to say also Chimpanzé S, Musophagidé S and Bucérotidé S. the forest is one ds richer African ecosystem S, lodging some 120 species of Mammifère S, 346 species of birds, 202 species of butterfly S, 163 species of Arbre S, 100 species of ferns and many species in danger. The area presents in particular many Endémisme S clean to the Rift Albertin. There are two groups of gorillas of mountains accustomed to the presence of the man, the “Mubare” and the “Katendegyere”. The “Mubare” are most sociable.
- Kilimanjaro.com - Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
- Descriptive UNESCO
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