Cangandala Park is ranked as the smallest national park in Angola covering only 600sq km. It is drained by the Cuije River on the northern boundary and Cuaza river tributaries in the east and west. It was first recognized as a game reserve in 1963 but gained national park status in June 1970. It is sometimes referred to as Malange National Park.
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