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Birougou National Park, also known as the Monts Birougou Wetlands, is a national park in central Gabon. It protects rain forest in the Chaillu Mountains and is one of the two parks where the endemic sun-tailed guenon, first described in 1988, can be found. It is named after Mount Birougou, 975 metres in altitude. Due to its purported universal cultural and natural significance, it was added onto the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List on October 20th, 2005.
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