October 3, 2022

Facts About Kenya

  • March 22, 2022
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Facts About Kenya

Kenya, a country in East Africa, home to wildlife and scenic landscapes has often been researched to be one of the most visited countries in Africa. This is why RedExplorer considers it a travel idea for readers.

Kenya is considered the cradle of mankind: Kenya has the largest number of fossil human remains approximately 1000 individuals than any other country in Africa. Kenya has the oldest human remains going back to 7 million year old. Kenya has some of the most complete skeletons e.g Turkana Boy (1.6 Million years), which provided a great wealth of information regarding early human physiology than anywhere in the world. In addition to the fossil record, there is a long record of technological evolution (with tools as old as 2.3 million years).

Kenya has amazing wildlife. Kenya is home to “the Big 5” Lions, Elephants, Buffalo, Rhinos and Leopards. There is an abundance of diverse wildlife in Kenya. There is Oryx, Antelopes, Giraffes, Impalas, Hippo, White Rhinos, Zebras, Crocodiles, Cheetahs, and many others.

Kenya is a great tourist destination. Kenya is located in the tropics so it is mostly sunny. Tourist travel to see the wildlife, sights and experience the culture. It is amazing to know that some of The Maasai are in Kenya.

Finally, Kenya is among the top 10 richest countries in Africa.

By Nwankwo, Grace Chinasa

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