Murchison Falls National Park in Uganda, Africa, is the largest national park in the country. It belongs to Murchison Falls Conservation Area, a system of protected areas including the nearby territories of Bugungu Wildlife Refuge and Karuma Wildlife Refuge. The land of the park is divided by Victoria Nile forming Murchison Falls, which give their name to the park. Diverse habitats can be found here, from lakes to rivers, from savannahs to famous rainforests such as Rabongo and Budongo. The fauna of the area includes buffalos, giraffes, lions, leopards, hippos, crocodiles, elephants, chimpanzees and several bird species.