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Examines in Marine Biology & Oceanography

Where the Bush Meets the Beach

Submission: September 21, 2021; Published: December 09, 2021

DOI: 10.31031/EIMBO.2021.04.000594

ISSN : 2578-031X
Volume4 Issue4

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Tanzania boasts some of the world’s richest and most diverse natural landscapes and biological resources, including several global biodiversity hotspots and areas of particularly high endemism. In fact the country has set aside 40.5% of its land as protected areas, which include national parks, game reserves, a conservation area, forest reserves, marine parks and reserves. This brief lists the 22 national a perk, the year they were established and the reigns they are found in, and finally characterizes the Saadani national park, the only one which bears the nickname “where the bush meets the beach”. The spatial distribution of the parks is parks are also shown in the map below Figure 1 & Table 1. With the exception of one (Kigosi), all parks have been given fascinating nicknames as the table below reveals Table 2.

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