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    Iles Tristao

    • Country: 
      Guinea
    • Designation date: 
      18-11-1992
    • Site number: 
      572
    • Published since: 
      26 year(s)
    85,000 ha
  2. Rio Kpatchèz ( plaine de Wamounou)
    Rio Kpatchèz ( plaine de Wamounou)
    Rio Kpatchèz ( plaine de Wamounou)
    Rio Kpatchèz ( plaine de Wamounou)
    Rio Kpatchèz ( plaine de Wamounou)

    Rio Kapatchez

    • Country: 
      Guinea
    • Designation date: 
      18-11-1992
    • Site number: 
      573
    • Published since: 
      2 year(s)
    679,280 ha
  3. Fleuve Rio Pongo
    Fleuve Rio Pongo
    Fleuve Rio Pongo

    Rio Pongo

    • Country: 
      Guinea
    • Designation date: 
      18-11-1992
    • Site number: 
      574
    • Published since: 
      2 year(s)
    600,571 ha
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    Konkouré

    • Country: 
      Guinea
    • Designation date: 
      18-11-1992
    • Site number: 
      575
    • Published since: 
      26 year(s)
    90,000 ha
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    Ile Blanche

    • Country: 
      Guinea
    • Designation date: 
      23-06-1993
    • Site number: 
      618
    • Published since: 
      26 year(s)
    10 ha
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    Lake Naivasha

    • Country: 
      Kenya
    • Designation date: 
      10-04-1995
    • Site number: 
      724
    • Published since: 
      14 year(s)
    30,000 ha
  7. Lioness on the eastern edge of Etosha Pan near Namutoni.  Exceptionally high rainfall in Angola and northern Namibia resulted in the pan filling up.
    The old fort at Namutoni with Fischer's Pan in the foreground, eastern Etosha.
    Giraffe on the edge of Fischer's Pan, eastern Etosha.
    Causeway across Fischer's Pan flooded by exceptionally high water levels.
    Ephemeral waterhole formed during the rainy season.
    View of the eastern edge of Etosha Pan near Namutoni.
    View of the eastern edge of Etosha Pan near Namutoni.
    Blue Cranes on the edge of Etosha Pan near Doringdraai, eastern Etosha.

    Etosha Pan

    • Country: 
      Namibia
    • Designation date: 
      23-08-1995
    • Site number: 
      745
    • Published since: 
      24 year(s)
    600,000 ha
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    Parc national des Virunga

    • Country: 
      Democratic Republic of the Congo
    • Designation date: 
      18-01-1996
    • Site number: 
      787
    • Published since: 
      23 year(s)
    800,000 ha
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    Parc national des Mangroves

    • Country: 
      Democratic Republic of the Congo
    • Designation date: 
      18-01-1996
    • Site number: 
      788
    • Published since: 
      23 year(s)
    66,000 ha
  10. Traversée Parc National d'Azagny
    Mangroves
    Traversée Parc National d'Azagny

    Parc National d’Azagny

    • Country: 
      Côte d'Ivoire
    • Designation date: 
      27-02-1996
    • Site number: 
      790
    • Published since: 
      1 year(s)
    19,400 ha

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