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Omo National Park

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Omo National Park is in Ethiopia. The Lower Valley of the Omo, a site where prehistoric human remains have been found, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1980. The park is part of the famous Central and Southern Ethiopia National Parks and Tribes Circuit that includes Abijatta Shalla Lakes National Park, Bale Mountains National Park, Nechsar National Park, the proposed Megado Podocarpus National Monument, and Mago National Park. Reasonably priced service providers include Ecotravel Ethiopia ☎ ++251 (0) 911-440-915" [1]

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