Abidjatta-Shalla National Park is a national park located in Ethiopia
. The park was established in 1970 and covers an area of 887 square kilometers. It is named after two lakes in the region: Lake Abidjatta and Lake Shalla.
Lake Abidjatta is a saltwater lake and is known for its birdlife. It is home to over 300 bird species, including flamingos, pelicans, and various species of ducks and geese. The lake is also home to several species of fish, including tilapia and catfish.
Lake Shalla, on the other hand, is a freshwater lake and is one of the deepest lakes in Ethiopia
. The lake is surrounded by hot springs and geysers, and it is home to several species of fish, including trout and barbs.
In addition to the lakes, the park also features several other habitats, including grasslands, acacia forests, and wetlands. It is home to a variety of wildlife, including zebras, warthogs, baboons, and several species of antelope.
Abidjatta-Shalla National Park is a popular destination for tourists and offers various activities, including bird watching, game drives, and hiking. There are several lodges and campsites in the park where visitors can stay and explore the park's natural beauty.
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