Game reserve

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Game reserves are areas of land set aside for the conservation of wild animals. Many game reserves are located in Africa. Most are open to the public, and tourists commonly take sightseeing safaris.

A game reserve is more than just a piece of land or a place to keep wildlife; it is a place where ecosystems are protected and conservation is a key. Indigenous wildlife in its natural habitat makes for an ideal situation as this helps in providing an environment where growth in numbers at a natural rate can occur.

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