Mole National Park is Ghana’s largest wildlife refuge on savanna and riparian ecosystems with a sharp escarpment forming the southern boundary of the park.
The park is an important study area for scientists because of the removal of the human population from within the park allowing for some long-term studies, in particular, of relatively undisturbed sites compared to similar areas of densely populated equatorial West Africa. Honey made from flowers in the Molé National Forest is one of the benefits aside from its scientific use.
A scientific study in Mole Park indicates that elephant damage to large trees varies with species
The Pride of Mole
Some other animals in the Park