Comoé National Park Research Station
The Comoé National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve. As one of the largest protected area in West Africa, with a surface of 11,500 sq km, it ranges from the dry Soudanian to the comparatively wet Guinea savanna. Its multitude of habitats along a steep climatic north-south gradient supports a remarkable diversity of life. Some species even find their last sanctuary in the different savanna types, riparian grasslands, gallery forests or forest islands, making it the most biodiverse savanna region in Africa.