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  • Flamingos at the water hole

    There might have been fifty thousand birds in a bay – two miles across and about as long, most swimming on the water like miniature pink swans, but many clustered on the shore in a dense band like some enormous flowerbed. The Mystery of the flamingos, Leslie Brown.
  • Smiling faces of Kenya

    Kenya is the motherland of mankind, home to over forty ethnic communities, speaking close to 80 different dialects.
  • Native to Kenya is the Rhinoceros

    Kenya boasts 80 species of animals ranging from the ‘Big Five’ – Elephant, Buffalo, Rhinoceros, Lion and Leopard to a tiny antelope called a dik-dik.
  • Birds of Kenya

    Kenya is the bird capital of the world. It is home of the world’s largest bird – the Ostrich and one of its smallest, the gem-like Sunbird.
  • Beaches of Kenya

    In Kenya you can swim in the warm blue waters of the Indian ocean, a warmth of welcome in a world of wonder.

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