Maloti-Drakensberg tolvedeyaf gerd


Maloti-Drakensberg tolvedeyaf gerd ( englavon Maloti-Drakensberg Park ), tir burkaf debak ke Lesotoa is Geeafrika.

Maloti-Drakensberg tolvedeyaf gerd tir tano katcalapafo tuwavaxo ke tawava nume bak 2013 wetce aotcaf debak ke tamavafa gadakiewega ke UNESCO zo bendeyer.


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Maloti-Drakensberg gerd tir tolvedeyaf debak dem Ukhalamba Drakensberg vedeyaf gerd koe Geeafrika is Sehtalehbe vedeyaf gerd koe Lesotoa. Debak va burkafa listuca muxawesa ton gurapaf burgif sekol is disukexafa radimazenta is moavukafa yootafa migexa lidam arula is kiria is swalot is raporafa drimula nedir. Gedruca ke irubaxoeem ke debak va jontika katca vas lizukafa ruxa myodafa gu tamavafa vwa konendar. Debak va dratcena apta kereler, i va tulon turci ke Kaapstad ( Gyps coprotheres ) is lukastafi nikadi ( Gypaetus barbatus ). Sehlathebe vedeyaf gerd koe Lesotoa va lukastaf kabay ( Pseudobarbus quathlambae ) dere vedgober, i va ilblina kabayafa katca tanon blisa koe bat gerd. Bata disukexafa tuwavafa kiewega dere tir dem jontika arula isu buta lize tela lodekemafa lospa dem rapordzetaf lingeks koe Afrika gee Saxara zo trasir. Bat lingeks va swavafa blira ke San sane bliyise moe bato tawavo remi loon balemoya decitda volad. UNESCO : Maloti-Drakensberg vedeyaf gerd

(en) The Maloti-Drakensberg Park is a transboundary site composed of the uKhahlamba Drakensberg National Park in South Africa and the Sehlathebe National Park in Lesotho. The site has exceptional natural beauty in its soaring basaltic buttresses, incisive dramatic cutbacks, and golden sandstone ramparts as well as visually spectacular sculptured arches, caves, cliffs, pillars and rock pools. The site's diversity of habitats protects a high level of endemic and globally important plants. The site harbors endangered species such as the Cape vulture (Gyps coprotheres) and the bearded vulture (Gypaetus barbatus). Lesotho’s Sehlabathebe National Park also harbors the Maloti minnow (Pseudobarbus quathlambae), a critically endangered fish species only found in this park. This spectacular natural site contains many caves and rock-shelters with the largest and most concentrated group of paintings in Africa south of the Sahara. They represent the spiritual life of the San people, who lived in this area over a period of 4,000 years. ~ UNESCO website, licence CC-BY-SA IGO 3.0


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Maloti-Drakensberg tolvedeyaf gerd
World Heritage Logo global.svg Tamavafa gadakiewega ke UNESCO
Maloti-Drakensberg vedeyaf gerd, aotcaf debak
DEBALA
Tawavaf seg Afrika
Patecta Lesotoa   Flag of Lesotho.svg
Geeafrika  Flag of South Africa.svg   
Utca, winka Qacha's Nek Utca, KwaZulu-Natal Winka
Maneka OOjs UI icon mapPin-progressive.svg 29° 53' 56" G-, 29° 07' 16" R-
KIRA
Ord Aotcaf debak
Ludeem (i) (iii) (vii) (x)
Debakaf otuk 985
Bendesa ilana 2000, 2013 ( 24, 37-eaf frugot )
Welma 2428 km²