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  Abijatta-Shalla Lakes National Park

Abijatta-Shalla Lakes National Park
Abijatta is surrounded mainly by acacia woodland, the Park covers 887 square kilometers of which 482 Square kilometers are water. Abijatta and Shalla are both terminal lakes but very different in nature. Lake Abijatta is 14 meters (46 feet) deep as opposed to Shalla which has a depth of 260 meters (853 feet).
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  Awash National  Park

Awash National Park
Lying in the lowlands east of Addis Ababa, and astride the Awash River, the Awash National Park is one of the finest reserves in Ethiopia. The Awash River, one of the major rivers of the Horn of Africa, waters important agricultural lands in the north-eastern part of Ethiopia and eventually flows into the wilderness of the Danakil Depression.
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  Bale Mountains National Park

Bale Mountains National Park
Bale Mountains National Park is 2,400 square kilometers (1,488 square miles) in area, covering a wide range of habitats and ranging in altitude from 1,500 to 4,377 meters (4,920 to 14,357 feet). It is the highest point in southern Ethiopia.
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  Dallol Depression

Dallol Depression
The Afar area where the Ethiopian Rift Valley meets the Red Sea is one of the most inhospitable parts of the earth. Much of this area was flooded by the Red Sea, a flood that was subsequently stemmed by fresh volcanic activity that raised barriers of basaltic lava. Behind these barriers, the trapped inland sea that had formed began to evaporate under the fierce heat of the tropical sun - a process that is almost complete today.
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  Gambella National Park

Gambella National Park
Gambella National Park in the west of the country is unique with its large area of swamps and wetlands. The wetlands and the Baro River contain large quantities of bird life (154 species are present in the park), many of them migratory visitors. The park also contains 41 species of wildlife not found elsewhere in Ethiopia.
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  Lake Tana

Lake Tana
Lake Tana, the largest lake in Ethiopia, is the source of the famed Blue Nile and is where it starts its long journey to Khartoum, and then on to the Mediterranean. The 37 islands that are scattered about the surface of the lake shelter fascinating churches and monasteries. Some of which have histories dating back to the 13th century.
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