It was once known as ‘the place where Noah left his Ark’: 1,500 square miles of lush floodplains in central Mozambique, packed with wild animals. But 15 years of civil war has taken a heavy tolland many species have been almost completely wiped out.
Journey with National Geographic to Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park and discover what is being done to bring this African oasis back to its former gloryincluding perhaps the most ambitious restoration effort ever attempted, with elephants, hippos and scores of zebra, wildebeest, impala and buffalo being relocated into the park.
Bonus Program: Stalking Leopards.
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