Fosse Aux Lions National Park
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Fosse Aux Lions National Park

Fosse aux Lions National Park (French: Parc National Fosse aux Lions) is a national park in the Savanes Region of Northern Togo. The park is approximately 16.5 square kilometres (6.4 sq mi) in size, and was first established as a reserved forest in 1954.[1]

At one point, the park was home to a significant number of African elephants in the 1970s and 1980s, but their numbers have declined to nearly zero.[2]

The small town of Tandjouaré, Togo lies within the park.


  1. ^ Fosse aux Lions National Park, Protected Planet
  2. ^ Strategie pour conservation des populations d'elephants au Togo, Togo Ministry of the Environment & Forest Resources and US Fish & Wildlife Service, May 2003

Coordinates: 10°45?09?N 0°09?33?E / 10.752366°N 0.159073°E / 10.752366; 0.159073

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