Bou-Hedma National Park

Bou-Hedma National Park

Bou-Hedma National Park is a national park located in the center of Tunisia. The area consists of a limestone and marl mountain range with some travertine deposits and a gypsum, in addition to salt alluvium plain.
The vegetation of the area contains the characteristic elements of the semi-arid Mediterranean climate, in particular the acacia trees which are the main component of the garden flora. The park includes several types of animals, including some endangered species such as addax antelope, dama gazelle, in addition to the black-necked ostrich.

Bou-Hedma National Park was submitted in 2008 to the UNESCO Tentative List in Tunisia.
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by Slim Alileche, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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UNESCO

Tentative List

2008

Bou-Hedma National Park

Date of Submission

2008