The Belezma National Park is located around 25 kilometers north-west of the town of Batna in the North East Region of Algeria. Incorporating the Belezma Mountains, the park covers an area of more than 262 square kilometers and has a climate ranging from cool sub-humid to dry semi-arid, providing a variety of habitats suitable for the more than 300 resident species of wildlife. The park also ...
The varied vegetation of Algeria includes coastal, mountainous and grassy desert-like regions that all support a diverse selection of wildlife, with many of these creatures living in close proximity to civilization. The most commonly seen wildlife in Algeria are wild boars, jackals and gazelles - although it is not uncommon to spot fennecs (foxes) and jerboas. Algeria also has a few small ...