Here are a few pics from an Angolan game preserve. There weren't many animals really and both of the wardens that I spoke to had conflicting data on the numbers and types of animals that live there. It's nice to see that they're making some kind of effort anyways instead of just letting them all get poached like they did for so many years.
The road to the park:
A palance negra, supposedly only found in Angola:
And a couple of giraffes:
I saw a couple of impalas also but they were running and I couldn't get a picture. Also, tons of bastard monkeys. Interestingly the word for monkey in Portuguese is the same as the word for snot. Coincidence?
"You have to consider we're only made out of dust. But even considering, I mean it's a sort of bad beginning, we're not doing too bad." - PKD, The 3 Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch