African forest buffalo (Syncerus caffer nanus) is the smallest subspecies of the African buffalo. It is related to the Cape buffalo (Syncerus caffer caffer), West African savanna buffalo (Syncerus caffer brachyceros) and Central African savanna buffalo (Syncerus caffer aequinoctialis). However, it is the only subspecies that occurs mainly in the rainforest of central and western Africa. Savannah area near Wilderness Lango camp,Odzala-Kokoua National Park, Mboko concession, Department of Cuvette-Quest, Republic of Congo.
An Agama Lizard. Agamids, lizards of the family Agamidae, include more than 300 species in Africa, Asia, Australia. One of the key distinguishing features of the agamids is their teeth, which are borne on the outer rim of their mouths (acrodonts), rather than on the inner side of their jaws (pleurodonts). This feature is shared with the chameleons, but is otherwise unusual among lizards. Agamid lizards are generally diurnal, with good vision, and include a number of arboreal species, in addition to ground- and rock-dwellers. They generally feed on insects and other arthropods (such as spiders). Near the Odzala Wilderness Lango camp, Odzala-Kokoua National Park, Mboko concession, Republic of Congo Lango Bai.