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Gabon is a unique and remarkably preserved Garden of Eden.

In a world where wilderness and distinctive cultures are increasingly scarce, Gabon is a unique and remarkably preserved Garden of Eden. Its natural systems are intact and include the largest section of pristine rainforest in Africa. Its inspiring wildlife consists of the largest population of elephants on the continent, more than 700 species of birds, 70 reptile species and 190 different mammals. Orchids grow in profusion and there are countless plant species, a quarter of which are found nowhere else on earth. The rainforest of the Congo basin is the second largest in the world and an important stabalising factor to climate change.
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