South Congolian Forest-Savannas & Coastal Scarp bioregion
- 94,593Total Land Area (1000 ha)
- 2Number of Ecoregions
- 17%Protection Target
- 4Protection Level
The South Congolian bioregion, located in the Equatorial Afrotropics, covers the area between the northern coast of Angola and mountains in the east of DRC, running along the Albertine Rift. It consists of tropical forest-savannas and woodlands running below the Equatorial forest zone with two ecoregions -- Western Congolian Forest-Savanna , Southern Congolian Forest-Savanna  -- and adjacent marine areas. It includes the southern portion of the Congo River and many of its tributaries. The area of bioregion is more than 94 million hectares.
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