Rumpi Hills Wildlife Reserve
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|Rumpi Hills Wildlife Reserve|
IUCN category VI (protected area with sustainable use of natural resources)
|Area||452 square kilometres (175 sq mi)|
The 45,843 hectares (177.00 sq mi) Rumpi Hills forest reserve was originally created in 1941. The hills are late tertiary volcanic rocks. Fauna include elephants, chimpanzee, drill and Preuss's monkey.
- "Rumpi Hills Wildlife Reserve". World Database on Protected Areas. Retrieved 2011-10-29.
- Innocent Tchigio (2007). Opportunities for community-based wildlife management: a case study from the Korup region, Cameroon. Cuvillier Verlag. p. 34. ISBN 3-86727-239-5.
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