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A National Hunting and Wildlife Reserve
The National Hunting and Wildlife Reserve of Lake Madine was created in 1998 and was entrusted with regulating its biodiversity. The area dedicated to the lake occupies 4,252 acres (1721 ha) and is managed by the National Office for Hunting and Wildlife (ONCFS). It is responsible for protecting the environment and developing knowledge of wildlife and its habitat. The Lake Madine's area, for example, experiences an overpopulation of wild boars considered to require regulation.
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