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South Luangwa National Park is in east Zambia's Luangwa River valley and is known for its abundant wildlife, including elephants, hippos and birds.
A spokesperson for the lodge said: 'Two bull elephants had been in our courtyard eating wild mango fruit.
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The major river system, formed by the Zambezi and its tributaries - the Luangwa and Kafue Rivers - cuts into the plateau forming deep valleys and waterfalls such as Victoria Falls on the southern border with Zimbabwe. A swamp basin surrounds Lake Bangweulu and the savanna grasslands, with woodlands and Rhodesian teak forests covering a large part of the southwest (though they are decreasing in size as the growing population demands more land).
Having had their fill of mango fruit from the hotel's courtyard, they appeared nonplussed by their interior surroundings as they exited through the hotel's reception and headed out to the car park.
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Victoria Falls, although neither the highest nor widest of waterfalls in the world, lays claim as the largest in the world based on a width of 5,604 ft. Major lakes of Zambia include Bangweulu, Mweru and Tanganyika.
Zambia's highest point is an unnamed elevation within the Mafinga Mountains (Hills) at 8,503 ft.