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Semuliki National Park

Semuliki National Park lies in the flatlands of the Semuliki valley below the northernmost reaches of the Ruwenzori Mountains that form the western arm of the Rift Valley with the Semuliki River being its western boundary with the Congo. The park is composed for the most part of tropical lowland forest interspersed with grassland and swamp. This varied habitat contains leopard, elephant, buffalo, hippo, crocodile, scaly-tailed flying squirrel, bushbaby and eight different species of primates. In addition there are over 400 varieties of birdlife in the park.