Dzanga Sangha is a National Park situated in the Central African and listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
This reserve is the place inhabited by unique animals - forest elephants.
Forest elephants differ from their relatives savannah elephants in several ways- taste preferences, behaviour and a smaller size.
Forest elephant is 2 meters in height and has very thick hair. They inhabit the tropical forests of equatorial west and central Africa but the largest population of these species live on the territory Dzanga Sangha. The role of the elephant in the reserve is unique as it regularly disperses seeds over unprecedented distances and also damaging the branches of the trees providing light to the plants and bushes of the "second layer". Also these hard-working inhabitants of the rainforest compensate the lack micronutrients in the soil. It happens this way. The soil of the Park is rich in minerals that elephant need for replenishing the lack of elements in plant food and for mainta ...
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