Angola: Animal Reproduction Reaches Satisfactory Figures in Kissama Park

by May 6, 2011Wildlife News

Luanda — The reproduction of various species of animals in Kissama national park in the northern Bengo province reached satisfactory figures according to local environment authorities.

This was said to Angop on Thursday by the administrator of the referred park, Miguel Savituma.

Miguel Savituma said that the increases is recorded in species such as giraffes, zebras, elephants, cows, among others, which were offered by the South African government in 2001.

The initial 16 zebras reproduced 100. 65, at least 31 elephants reproduced over 100, the number of gnus increased from 10 to over 100.

The number of gungas increased rose from eight to 150.