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The Chaillu Mountains is a mountain range straddling southern Gabon and the Republic of Congo which is named after the French explorer Paul du Chaillu, who explored and documented this region in the 19th century.
- Gardinier David. 1994. Historical Dictionary of Gabon 2nd Edition. USA: The Scarercrow Press, Inc
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