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Interesting Facts About Kenya

Kenya is a beautiful country that is domestic to over forty ethnic groups and the community. People here are very friendly in nature, welcoming and frequently can be in the fields or in some region of agriculture. The weather here from tropical on the coast to particularly hot and arid in its interior. Every year, thousands of people around the globe fly to Kenya to wonderful wildlife and nature that the country has to offer. Kenya is a rustic that is positioned in East Africa. Kenya has a warm weather due to its geographical position. It lies directly at the equator and is surrounded by Uganda to the south, South Sudan, Ethiopia and Somalia to the north.

  • Interesting Facts About Kenya
  1. Kenya is home to approximately 70 different tribes and community
  2. Dancing, storytelling, and bullfighting are popular activities that Kenyans partake in for entertainment.
  3. The nation’s most earnings are from Coffee and tourism industries. One of the few Interesting Facts About Kenya is that coffee is a popular export that contributes most of its economy, where else Kenyans prefer to drink tea instead.
  4. Kenya is home to the "Big Five" animals like rhinos, leopards, lions, buffalo, and elephants.
  5. Most of the Scientists believe that Kenya must have been the place where human beings evolved.
  6. Kenyan environmentalist Wangari Maathai has won Nobel Peace Prize in 2004 and she is the first African woman who won the prestigious award
  7. The Fourteen Falls in Thika is one of the longest and have the highest steps waterfalls in Africa.
  8. Some of Kenya's forests are home to the rarest snake and butterfly species in the world.
  9. Giant crocodiles Fossils from about 200 million years ago were discovered in this lands.
  10. Kenya shares Lake Victoria, the world's second largest freshwater lake
  11. Kenya shares Lake Victoria, the world's second largest freshwater lake
  12. In 2012, the population of Kenya was estimated to be around 43 million.
  13. If driving Kenya, do not forget to drive on the left side of the road

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