Yorubas fairy tale forests, located in a vast, lush and colorful landscape, are located in Yorube County, on the eastern coast of the country.
The trees are covered with flowers, butterflies and a large variety of exotic animals, including a komodo dragon, a penguin and a porcupine.
The forest, which is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is part of the Yoruda National Park.
Yorudas forest, located on the shores of Lake Yorudo, is home to the endangered Yorumba penguin, which the government has tried to protect from poachers.
The Yorumabu Yorucu Forest, located 2,300 kilometers (1,400 miles) west of Yoruzu, is a national park located on Lake Yolabu.
It is home of a herd of endangered komodos that are listed as endangered under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).
The Yolaba River in the Yuluda National Reserve is home, among other places, to the world’s largest freshwater turtle, the African white turtle, and it is also home to endangered fish, birds, frogs, insects, turtles and amphibians.
The endangered forest, one of the largest on the continent, is the last remaining remnant of a traditional forest culture and culture that thrived in the Andean foothills of the Andes Mountains.
It was established in 1882 as a place for the people of Yuluba to live and worship, according to a UNESCO listing.