Kruger Park Geological Map

The underlying geology of Kruger Park is predominantly basal and granite, where the granite is interspersed with gabbro. Shale and sand deposits are fairly minimal and widely dispersed.

Rhyolite occurs in a thin band making up the Lebombo Mountains that form the eastern border between Kruger Park and Mozambique.

The underlying geology of Kruger Park is predominantly basal and granite, where the granite is interspersed with gabbro. Shale and sand deposits are fairly minimal and widely dispersed.

Kruger Park Ecology by Region

While Stevenson-Hamilton believed in 'a balance of Nature', evidence suggests that the natural environment is never in a constant state of equilibrium...more
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