Jebil National Park

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Jebil National Park is in Tunisia.

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The main gate of Park Jebil in Tunisia as seen from the outside

Park Jebil is not prepared to host tourists. This is more a reservation to protect the local population of dorcas gazelle and addax from becoming extinct. Hunting gazelle and antelope is a popular pastime among the male population in that area.

A little museum is being prepared in the building next to the main gate, but so far (Dec. 2011) access is subject of negotiation with the caretakers.

The main gate of Park Jebil in Tunisa as seen from the inside

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Landscape[edit]

Barren desert.

Flora and fauna[edit]

Dorcas gazelle and addax in enclosures within the park near the main gate.

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If you come to the main gate, just ask nicely.

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Since no visitors are allowed officially, none. But the caretakers are thankful for every little contribution.

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