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L’ensemble géomorphologique dans lequel s’inscrit dans la vallée du M’Zab est un plateau rocheux, le HAMADA, Le paysage est caractérisé par une vaste étendue pierreuse où affleure une roche nue de couleur brune et noirâtre. Ce plateau a été masqué par la forte érosion fluviale du début du quaternaire qui a découpé dans sa partie Sud des buttes à sommets plats et a façonné des vallées. L’ensemble se nomme la CHEBKA «Filet» à cause de l’enchevêtrement de ses vallées. L’Oued M’Zab traverse ce filet de 38.000 km2 du Nord-Ouest vers le Sud-Est.

The Indus Waters Treaty was signed in 1960 after nine years of negotiations between India and Pakistan with the help of the World Bank, which is also a signatory. The negotiations were the initiative of former World Bank President Eugene Black. Seen as one of the most successful international treaties, it has survived frequent tensions, including conflict, and has provided a framework for irrigation and hydropower development for more than half a century.

On the banks of the Zambezi, great cliffs overhang the river and the floodplains. The area is home to a remarkable concentration of wild animals, including elephants, buffalo, leopards and cheetahs. An important concentration of Nile crocodiles is also be found in the area.

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