- 1 Natural reserves
- 1.1 1-Pinnacles National Park (U.S. National Park Service)
- 1.2 2 – Patagonia Park
- 1.3 3-Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument
- 1.4 4 – Wakhan National Park
- 1.5 5-Serengeti National Park
- 1.6 6-Sable Island National Park Reserve
- 1.7 7 – Lusaka Park
- 1.8 8-Pitcairn Islands Marine Reserve
- 1.9 9-National Park Hunsrück Hochwald – Germany
- 1.10 10-Kimberley National Park (Australia)
- 1.11 11-Limpopo Reserve
- 1.12 12-Erie Teneri Reserve Erie Teneri Reserve
- 1.13 13-Rangel Saint Elias National Nature Reserve
Despite the technological development and population growth that led to urbanization and the irregular exploitation of nature? Some natural, terrestrial and marine reserves have protected themselves and their components and preserved the most endangered species of animal and plant life.
You will know with us the most famous natural reserves in the world, some of which were created and some existed from ancient times. These reserves contain hundreds of species of animals and plants that make man fascinated by nature
1-Pinnacles National Park (U.S. National Park Service)
This reserve is located in California, USA ,It contains magical rock peaks formed by volcanoes that have been active for millions of years Surrounding a road about 51 kilometers long ,On both sides of this road are hundreds of magical wild roses, which are pollinated by nearly 400 species of bees. This reserve provides an opportunity for nature lovers, allowing camping and mountain climbing to see wildlife up close.
2 – Patagonia Park
This reserve is located Chile, it considered one of the largest reserves opened in this century, with an area of 660 thousand hectares.The goal of the establishment of this reserve is to preserve some endangered species, such as the American Lion, the American Condor Eagle and some deer species.
3-Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument
Is a group of unorganized, mostly unincorporated United States Pacific Island territories managed by the Fish and Wildlife Service of the United States Department of the Interior and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the United States Department of Commerce.These remote refuges are “the most widespread collection of marine- and terrestrial-life protected areas on the planet under a single country’s jurisdiction” They protect many endemic species including corals, fish, shellfish, marine mammals, seabirds, water birds, land birds, insects, and vegetation not found elsewhere.
4 – Wakhan National Park
This reserve is located in Afghanistan, it was created by the Afghan government to protect nature and some of the famous animals there as the snow leopard.This reserve is characterized by a unique wildlife located in the northern part of Afghanistan, which preserves the traditional lifestyles practiced by the communities within their borders such as the Wakhi and Kyrgyz communities.
5-Serengeti National Park
This reserve is located in northern Tanzania, famous for its vast number of wild animals and diverse birds, this is the largest reserve in the world, which is not man-made, and has become one of the most important places in the world because of the migration of hundreds of animals to it and tourism that has flourished since its discovery, in addition to rush Scientists and researchers in the field of natural geology on them.
6-Sable Island National Park Reserve
Considered one of the most beautiful protected in the world, although it contains a few species of animals, which constitute a stunning natural painting This reserve is located on the island of Sable in Canada, lives in peace more than 5000 gray seals on the beach, 500 horses, 350 species of birds, and does not live This island has only 6 people.
7 – Lusaka Park
Located in Zambia, about 46 km southeast of Lusaka, after the integration of two adjacent forests, it was opened to the public in June 2015.It is the second park to open next to an urban area.This park is a rallying point, feeding the Zalimbana river system in Zambia. The park contains more than 22 species of wild animals, such as zebra, giraffes, rhinoceros, antelope and zebra, and provides safari trips for visitors to enjoy nature close up.
8-Pitcairn Islands Marine Reserve
It is a protected reserve established by the British Government around the remote Pitcairn Islands in the Pacific Ocean, with the aim of stopping overfishing. The reserve contains over 1,200 species of fish, as well as a marine vegetation that lives deep within the reserve (382 meters deep), a much deeper distance. That the sun’s rays usually reach.
9-National Park Hunsrück Hochwald – Germany
One of Europe’s newest national parks, this park is home to diverse species of animals, such as the Black Stork. It has the largest concentration of wild forest cats in Europe, and visitors can walk one of the many ways in the park to explore nature and wildlife.And some species of wolves
10-Kimberley National Park (Australia)
Kimberley is one of the nine regions of Western Australia, located on the far right. It is bordered to the west by the Indian Ocean, to the north by the Timor Sea, to the south by the Great Sand Desert and the Sahara Desert in the Belbra region, and to the east by the Northern Territory. With waterfalls among the charming mountains.
The Great Limpopo Reserve, located in Mozambique, is the third protected area in the world its one of the most important Natural reserves in the world
The 35,000-square-kilometer Limpopo Park, called Limpopo Park, connects Limpopo in Mozambique with the Kruger Park in South Africa and the Safari region of Zimbabwe. Covered to 99 thousand kilometers, this reserve is a suitable environment for more than one type of animals such as elephants, African giraffe and wild cow.
12-Erie Teneri Reserve Erie Teneri Reserve
Airy Teneri is the fourth nature reserve in terms of area and covers an area of 77 thousand kilometers
It is the fourth protected area in the world in terms of area and is on the border of Niger and covers the western part of the Teneri Desert and the eastern part of the Tiar Mountains. The area is 77,000 km
13-Rangel Saint Elias National Nature Reserve
Rangel – St. Elias Nature Reserve is the fifth largest nature reserve in the world in Alaska. It is a US national park established in 1980 and located in southeastern Alaska, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Before many tourists annually and there are mountains and beautiful scenery as there are large types of sand and stones, which makes it a fertile area for geological studies as there are metamorphic rocks and igneous rocks, as there are in the northern region rivers and glaciers and is one of the largest areas in United States of America.