Introduction

Hwange National Park is the largest game reserve in Zimbabwe and is home to 105 mammal species and almost 400 birds have been recorded. Great herds of elephant are found - sometimes over 100 strong, and Hwange is famous for its huge tuskers. The park covers 14 600 square kilometres, and all of Zimbabwe’s specially protected animals are to be found within the park. The population of African Wild Dogs in Hwange is thought to be one of the largest surviving groups in Africa today.

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