Swaziland Biodiversity Portal

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Protecting our Biodiversity

Forests, Wet Lands, Preserving ecosystems

Swaziland Biodiverity Mapping

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Focus Areas

The Key Focus areas in Swaziland


Grassland, savanna, mixed bush, and scrub cover most of Swaziland. There is some forest in the highlands. Flora include aloes, orchids, and begonias


Large indigenous mammals include the blue wildebeest, kudu, impala, zebra, waterbuck, and hippopotamus; however, wildlife has become very scarce outside the protected areas


There is some forest in the highlands.Swaziland's forests (pine and eucalyptus) are among the world's largest planted forests, covering 161,000 hectares (398,000 acres)


An ecosystem is a community of living organisms in conjunction with the nonliving components of their environment (things like air, water and mineral soil), interacting as a system

Access the Swaziland Biodiversity Portal and explore different datasets and shared documents from different sources.

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Listed are photos of great flora and fauna found in Swaziland ecosystems.

  • A wonder plant in the serene environment of Swaziland


    A wonder plant.

  • The animals in the park.Great tourist attraction sites.

    Kingdom Animalia

    The animals in the park.

  • The beautiful nature somewhere in Swaziland.


    The beautiful nature.

  • Resistant plant in the environment.


    Resistant plant in the environment.

  • Full of diverse animal kingdom combinations.

    Location Malolotja

    Full of diverse animal kingdom combinations.

  • Flowering plants in different seasons.


    Flowering plants in different seasons.

What people say about Biodiversity

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Wangari Maathai

We need to promote development that does not destroy our environment

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William Wordsworth

Come forth into the Light of Things, Let Nature be your teacher

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Frans Lanting

Biodiversity starts in the distant past and it points toward the future.

Our Clients

People still do not understand that a live fish is more valuable than a dead one, and that destructive fishing techniques are taking a wrecking ball to biodiversity.


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