U Minh Ha National Park
ấp Vồ Dơi, Trần Văn Thời, Cà Mau, Vietnam
About U Minh Ha National Park
U Minh Hạ National Park or National Park of Lower U Minh is a national park in Vietnam. The park is located in Cà Mau Province. The park has an area of 82.86 square kilometers and was established on 20 January 2006 to protect the low wetland ecosystem in the region. Fauna and flora found here include mangrove, snake, turtle, bird, amphibian.
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