Zimbabwe :: Masvingo
Category: Land Mark :: Pan
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An Important Birding Area and National Parks Sanctuary with a rich diversity of species recorded. The Mwenezi river forms a boundary between the Gonarezhou National Park and the Malapati Safari Area and has formed the Manjinji Pan from an old oxbow. The pan is in the Communal Land. The natural vegetation of the area is mopane woodland and Terminalia woodland. Manjinji Pan is surrounded by thick woodland, dominated by fever-tree Acacia. There are many palms Hyphaene in the area. The local people practice subsistence agriculture and pastoralism with cattle and goats. They regard Manjinji Pan as a sacred area.
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