Cameia National Park
Located about 125 km from the city of Luena, in the Moxico Province, Cameia National Park was first established in 1935 as a Game Reserve, and was elevated to National Park in 1957, and its limits were adjusted.
The Cameia National Park occupies 14,450 km² of the vast seasonal floodplains in the Zambezi basin. Its geographical coordinates are 11o 17 ‘south latitude and 20o 45’ east longitude.
The Cameia National Park is located in the Biome de Brachystegia, with an ecosystem of flooded pastures, meadow and the sandy plateau of Loudetia.
The average annual precipitation reaches 1279 mm. Relative humidity is around 61%, with an annual average temperature of 20.6 ° C.
The Cameia National Park has a dense hydrographic network, consisting of the rivers Luena, Luangueje and the Cauamba, Calundo and Chaluvanda lagoons. The extensive periodic flood plains complete this network and make the Park host several species of mammals, particularly antelopes.
The great fauna of the Cameia National Park consists mainly of animals such as the lion, spotted hyena, leopard, cheetah, hippo, potamochero, red lever, songue, nunce, cacu, oribi, a sitatunga and tchikolokossi.
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