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Sunrise on Evengue lagoon




Sunrise on Evengue lagoon
Sunrise on Evengue lagoon
In September 2002, at the World Summit in Johannesburg, Gabon announced the establishment of its first national park system consisting of a network of 13 parks that would cover 10 percent of the country's lands mass—10,000 square miles (25,900 sq. kilometers).

Image code: gabon-16560
Photographer: Rhett Butler   Mongabay.com
Photographed In: Evengue, Central Africa - Congo rainforest Gabon
Camera: Canon
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Date Uploaded: 2006-Jun-15 | Last Update: June 5, 2014

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This picture, titled "Sunrise on Evengue lagoon", was taken in Gabon by Rhett A. Butler.


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