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Turkana vedeyaf gerd ( englavon Lake Turkana National Parks ), tir burkaf debak ke Kenya.

Turkana vedeyaf gerd tir tano katcalapafo tuwavaxo ke tawava nume bak 1997 wetce tuwavaf debak ke tamavafa gadakiewega ke UNESCO zo bendeyer.

Bat debak re ( 2018 ) bevular iyelaf.

Koe tentuks ke UNESCO, baroy vedeyaf gerd zo torigid :

  • Sibiloi
  • Central Island
  • South Island.


LakeTurkanaSouthIsland.jpg

Tela logijafa eipkirafa uzda ke Afrika, Turkana Uzda tir burkafa aneyotca ta vayara va ruxafa is sulemafa doda. Baroy vedeyaf gerd va greeltxo mu lamasi lavazveri zanudad ise va nazbalkexopo ke Nil negova is troskol is konak djel tadled. Stabregafo serixo ke Koobi Fora tiso dem jontik xim ke moukdunolaf ok tulwadunol ok aryona katca va vangrupera va savsaf anamedeem loon dam kotar debak ke bata tamava al webed. ~ UNESCO : Turkana vedeyaf gerd

(en) The most saline of Africa's large lakes, Turkana is an outstanding laboratory for the study of plant and animal communities. The three National Parks serve as a stopover for migrant waterfowl and are major breeding grounds for the Nile crocodile, hippopotamus and a variety of venomous snakes. The Koobi Fora deposits, rich in mammalian, molluscan and other fossil remains, have contributed more to the understanding of paleo-environments than any other site on the continent. ~ UNESCO website, licence CC-BY-SA IGO 3.0


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Turkana vedeyaf gerd
World Heritage Logo global.svg Tamavafa gadakiewega ke UNESCO
Turkana vedeyaf gerd, tuwavaf debak
DEBALA
Tawavaf seg Afrika
Patecta Kenya   Flag of Kenya.svg     
Winka Turkana Winka, Marsabit Winka
Maneka OOjs UI icon mapPin-progressive.svg 3° 03' 04" L-, 36° 30' 14" R-
KIRA
Ord Tuwavaf debak
Ludeem (viii) (x)
Debakaf otuk 801
Bendesa ilana 1997 ( 21-eaf frugot )
Welma 1614.85 km²