Montane forest in Monte Alen National Park, Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea.
With an area of 2,000 square kilometres (770 sq mi), the Monte Alen National Park is largest national park in Equatorial Guinea. It harbors the Monte Mitra forest, one of the most important reservoirs for biodiversity in the Congo Basin. A study conducted under USAID observed that hunting of mammals in the park was a serious issue which needed urgent remedial conservation action. Read more: Photo ©Paul Donfack/AFF