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Pungue River as seen from Bue Maria
Mozambique
By Luis Miguel Rodrigues
05 May 2013

Pungue River, the south border of Gorongosa National park

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Sunset in Gorongosa
Mozambique
By Luis Miguel Rodrigues
05 May 2013

two pelicans in Urema lake at sunset time in Gorongosa

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Gorongosa antelopes
Mozambique
By Luis Miguel Rodrigues
05 May 2013

hundreads of antelopes live in Gorongosa grassland

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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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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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Lake Urema shores
Mozambique
By Luis Miguel Rodrigues
05 May 2013

flat plains meet small lakes in rivers and Lake Urema inside the park

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Peaceful Neigbours
Mozambique
By Luis Miguel Rodrigues
05 May 2013

different species live from lake Urema waters

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western Reef Egret
Hurghada
By awaheed.lifesinai
31 Dec 2012

The Western Reef egret looks like the cattle egret but lives on the shores of lakes and other large bodies of water and eats fish. The Western Reef egret is also known as the Western Reef heron. It is a medium-sized bird with an extremely wide range. It is native to the coasts of tropical West Africa, the Red Sea, the Persian Gulf and eastwards to India. It sometimes appears in Brazil, the Caribbean, North America and the Cocos Islands in the eastern Indian Ocean.