(redirected from Limpopo National Park)
Also found in: Wikipedia.
LNPLiberal National Party (Australia)
LNPLocal Number Portability
LNPLipid Nanoparticle (non-viral delivery system)
LNPLega Nazionale Professionisti (Italian: Football League)
LNPLecture Notes in Physics
LNPLocal Network Protocol
LNPLocal Network Prefix
LNPLimpopo National Park (Mozambique)
LNPLay 'n' Pray
LNPLong Nose Plier
LNPLobeke National Park (Cameroon)
LNPLivable Neighborhoods Program (New York)
LNPLegal News Publishing (Cleveland, OH)
LNPLeast Number Principle
LNPLoss of Normal Power
LNPLonsome Pine Airport, Wise, Virginia (airport code)
LNPLearning Net Package
References in periodicals archive ?
The anti-poaching patrol continues its careful tracking across the parched landscape of Limpopo national park (LNP) in Mozambique.
A river runs through the savannah of the Limpopo National Park of Gaza Province, in southern Mozambique.
The Massinger Dam is located in the Limpopo National Park and is part of the Great Limpopo Trans frontier Park, a breeding ground for Nile crocodiles.
The rhinoceros has been hunted to extinction in Mozambique's Limpopo National Park, according to reports.
To establish the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, Mozambique's Limpopo National Park was created in 2002, and shares a border with the Kruger in South Africa and Zimbabwe's Gonharezhou National Park.
Hardcore nature nuts sometimes pass through Massingir; tourism has been picking up as word spreads of the giant Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, a "peace park" that will merge the Mozambican wilderness of the nearby Limpopo National Park with South Africa's world-famous Kruger National Park (just across the border) and some adjacent Zimbabwean wildlands to make one of Africa's largest protected areas.
Encompassing the Kruger National Park in South Africa, Mozambique's Limpopo National Park and the Gonarezhou National Park in Zimbabwe, it forms a huge area within which wildlife will once again be able to move relatively freely.
Wildlife authorities believe poachers operating within Mozambique's Limpopo National Park tracked and killed the last 15 rhinos in April, helped by poorly paid game rangers who were susceptible to corruption.
Incorporating south Africa's Kruger National Park, Mozambique's Limpopo National Park and Zimbabwe's Gonarezhou Park, the ambitious project will be managed as one integrated unit with no border formalities necessary.