BOMA NATIONAL PARK, Sudan — Boma National Park, stretching across 5 million acres of African savanna, is home to one of the world's great wildlife migrations where an estimated 1.3 million antelope move across the landscape in search of good grazing.
After years of war and rampant poaching, wildlife conservationists were delighted to discover that the park boasts ample wildlife and has one of the world's great migrations.
A Sudanese man shows the palms of his hands after he dipped them in the blood of a sacrificial cow as he and others celebrate the results of the January referendum on the secession of southern Sudan from the north in the capital Khartoum, on February 7, 2011. Southern Sudan is on track to become the world's newest state after final results of its historic independence referendum showed that 98.83 percent of its people had voted for secession. (Ashraf Shazly/AFP/Getty Images)
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