Mount Namuli is the second highest mountain in Mozambique and the highest in the Province of Zambezia. It is 2,419 m (7,936 ft) high and was measured, surveyed and described in 1886 by Henry Edward O'Neill, the British consul in Mozambique. The Namuli massif consists of a level plateau with the granite dome of Mount Namuli above. The area was historically clad in tropical rainforest and is an important biodiversity hotspot with many endemic species of animals and plants. The lower slopes are now mainly used for the cultivation of tea and the middle slopes for other agricultural purposes, with indigenous forest now mostly restricted to the higher parts and corridors along water courses.
By elevation Monte Namuli is
# 2 out of 3574 in Mozambique # 1 out of 553 in Zambézia
By prominence Monte Namuli is
# 1 out of 3574 in Mozambique # 1 out of 553 in Zambézia
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