Kundelungu National Park is a national park of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, located in Haut-Katanga Province. The park was first established in 1970. It is approximately 7,600 square kilometres (1,900,000 acres). The park is the site of Lofoi Falls, a 340 metres (1,120 ft) high waterfall (one of the largest in Central Africa.)
The ecosystem is mainly grassy savannah on large steppes dotted with forest galleries, characteristics of Katanga. Fauna found in the park include antelopes, jackals, porcupines, warthogs, snakes, monkeys, buffalos, hippopotamuses and bird species including egrets, marabouts and pelicans.
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