Lake Ambadi

Lake Ambadi
Lake Ambadi is located in South Sudan
Lake Ambadi
Lake Ambadi
Coordinates8°42′N 29°19′E / 8.700°N 29.317°E / 8.700; 29.317Coordinates: 8°42′N 29°19′E / 8.700°N 29.317°E / 8.700; 29.317

Lake Ambadi is a lake of South Sudan. It forms one of the world's largest wetlands,[1] and is home to large numbers of the rare Shoebill.[2]

References

  1. ^ Fraser, Lauchlan H.; Keddy, Paul A. (2005). The world's largest wetlands: ecology and conservation. Cambridge University Press. p. 354. ISBN 978-0-521-83404-9. Retrieved 4 August 2011.
  2. ^ Dupuis, C. E. (1904). Report upon the basin of the Upper Nile: with proposals for the improvement of that river. National Printing Department. p. 130. Retrieved 4 August 2011.


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