Mandara Mountain & North Congolian Forest-Savannas bioregion
- 74,579Total Land Area (1000 ha)
- 2Number of Ecoregions
- 18%Protection Target
- 8Protection Level
North Congolian Forest-Savannas bioregion, located in the Equatorial Afrotropics, includes the Cameroon Highlands to the west and extends above the Congolian lowland forests to the Sudd in the east. It contains two ecoregions -- Cameroon Highlands Forests , Northern Congolian Forest-Savanna  -- totaling approximately 74.5 million hectares. This region is home to both forest and savanna elephant species, hippopotamus, duiker, giraffe, lions and several endemic amphibians. The volcanic mountain forests in the Cameroon highlands are particularly rich with endemic bird species.
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