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Where is the world's largest international nature reserve?
Kavango Zambezi is the largest international nature reserve in the world. Created in 2012, it covers five countries in southern Africa: Zambia, Congo, Angola, Zimbabwe, and Botswana. With an area twice that of the United Kingdom, the reserve is home to 44% of the total population of African elephants. Photo credit: Nicole Olwagen
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